People I admire and Shows I admire
Today I decided to write about a person and a number of shows I admire.
Currently we are viewing a show on TV called Home Free, and it is a Mike Holmes show where he teaches people how to do renovations and gives away each house to the needy family. The twist is that the needy family is one of the pairs of people that have been working on the renovation. I love the shows that Mike Holmes has been involved in over the years.
The show that started it all for me is his regular show “Holmes Inspection” where he goes in and helps families that are struggling as a result of bad contractors. In this show he goes into the home and inspects the work and the whole building usually from the foundations up and as a result he then repairs the house and then also does it up. He has been doing this for a number of years in Canada, making families very happy and providing great advice for homeowners through his company “Make it Right” however when he took the show and the crew to Louisiana to help Brad Pitt with fixing the houses after Hurricane Katrina that was great to see. I really admire the people that are able to make a huge difference in people’s lives.
I love the work that Mike Holmes does on the houses making them work for whoever the person in need is. He is always teaching people the right way to do things and completing things above code so the house has many more years of family living left in it.
Who do you admire? What sort of person makes you proud to be a part of the human race?
What sort of TV shows give you a real feel good feeling?
One of the things I have always dreamed of doing is working with an organisation like Habitat Homes to help a needy family build their own home so the concept of the Home Free show was really fantastic to me. It gave the people who had actually done the work on the house the opportunity of their life to actually live in the house they have worked on. The concept is that as the show goes on the houses get bigger and bigger and the competition crew get smaller and smaller but more skilled all the time.
Habitat homes for humanity insist that the new owner of the home they are creating invests a minimum of 500 hours of their time to build their own home or another Habitat home for others in their communities. This concept enable them to have their own house and also to pay it forward to others.
I love it when the people that are getting the house have made some effort in the building of the house, or in the case of another show I love “Extreme Home Makeovers” have been a big part of the community.
With this business I intend to be able to travel to Africa and help some of my friends there, I intend to be able to spend my time doing charity work, things like helping build homes for Habitat homes or other similar organisations, I would love to be able to do as some of my other friends have done and volunteer to help re-build places after a major weather disaster.
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