Kindness from Case Mural

  Janie Haydon knew Case from being his art teacher, and for over a year, she has wanted to create this.
  Thanks to the generosity of Rob Dotson donating a wall, it is now a reality. 
  She spent three days working on the mural, outside in the Texas heat, and it is stunning.  You can feel the love coming through her artwork.
  This project became possible through the help of numerous volunteers:
--Rob Dotson of Big Daddy’s Detail- donated a portion of his wall, and a place for the mural and garden
--Janie Marie Haydon - donated her time (three days!), energy, talent, and her love to plan and complete this project
--Sadie Haydon and Ryleigh Lane - assisted Janie in making the garden and mural a reality
--AJ Sandlin of AWS3 Power Washing - donated the skill and use of power washing the wall
--Red Hat Rentals - donated use of scaffolding
--Taylor, Justin, Tye, and Allie Farmer, Bryan and Josey Haydon, Vanessa and Austin Solis, Obie Crook, Taylor Flandry, Capri Lipinski - the many volunteers helped with
etting up, cleaning the garden area, painting rocks, and setting up the rock garden
  There are plans to add a bench, stepping stones, and even more painted rocks to the “Kindness Garden”, and the community is more than welcome to add their own
ieces.
  “Kindness. It cost nothing but means everything,” reads a sign posted in the garden.