Home owner Misty Hess, right smiled after she and project manager Peter Carew attached the house numbers to the front of the Habitat for Humanity home on Ash St. in Lexington, Ky., on Dec. 7, 2013. The Habitat for Humanity house is handicap accessible specifically for Misty Hess who has cerebral palsy.  Photo by Pablo Alcala | StaffHome owner Misty Hess, right smiled after she and project manager Peter Carew attached the house numbers to the front of the Habitat for Humanity home on Ash St. in Lexington, Ky., on Dec. 7, 2013. The Habitat for Humanity house is handicap accessible specifically for Misty Hess who has cerebral palsy.  Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Home owner Misty Hess, right smiled after she and project manager Peter Carew attached the house numbers to the front of the Habitat for Humanity home on Ash St. in Lexington, Ky., on Dec. 7, 2013. The Habitat for Humanity house is handicap accessible specifically for Misty Hess who has cerebral palsy. Photo by Pablo Alcala | StaffHome owner Misty Hess, right smiled after she and project manager Peter Carew attached the house numbers to the front of the Habitat for Humanity home on Ash St. in Lexington, Ky., on Dec. 7, 2013. The Habitat for Humanity house is handicap accessible specifically for Misty Hess who has cerebral palsy. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader
Home owner Misty Hess, right smiled after she and project manager Peter Carew attached the house numbers to the front of the Habitat for Humanity home on Ash St. in Lexington, Ky., on Dec. 7, 2013. The Habitat for Humanity house is handicap accessible specifically for Misty Hess who has cerebral palsy. Photo by Pablo Alcala | StaffHome owner Misty Hess, right smiled after she and project manager Peter Carew attached the house numbers to the front of the Habitat for Humanity home on Ash St. in Lexington, Ky., on Dec. 7, 2013. The Habitat for Humanity house is handicap accessible specifically for Misty Hess who has cerebral palsy. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader

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