Friday, April 27, 2018
What she really thinks is, the time has come for me to get a new one, but I can't afford that right now. Anyway, we are going to get together and see if we can't keep this one going. So that is what the situation is right now.
Hope to be back and running with everything right by Monday. Just thought I would tell you.
Have a nice weekend,
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Some of these plants do not look like African Violets, but they come in many different styles and shapes.
Monday, April 23, 2018
The African Violet show was a little small this time because there is going to be a big show in Buffalo, New York the end of May. It is going to be a big one with the United States African Violet and Canada African Violet together. It will be the end of May. We are thinking of maybe going to see that one too, if time works out.
Of course, Marilyn took pictures of all the plants, that I am sure she will show on here, a few at a time. In the next room, were African Violet plants for sale, soil, fertilizer, and more. Marilyn met a lady she had been talking to on the computer about African Violets.
Jean bought a couple of African Violets, so did Dot. Before I left the house, Elmer told me, that I didn't need anymore African Violets - we had enough. But I didn't listen to him. I bought a couple of different ones - that I didn't already have. Margaret was shy. She wanted one, but didn't know if she should buy any. Jean told her, she had her money for teaching and that was her money to do as she pleased with. Not that Jean wouldn't have purchased them for her, if she wanted them. So Margaret bought two - one for each of her windows in her bedroom.
After we left left there, we decided to go to lunch. So we went out to lunch. We sat talking for a while. Them we went home.
Elmer saw me coming in the door with the African Violets. He said: "More African Violets !" I told Elmer, he goes to auctions and buys farm tools, machine parts, train stuff, and more. Well, my buying habit is plants - especially African Violets. He laughed.
So that is our annual story of the African Violet Show.
Trust God's Wisdom,
Friday, April 20, 2018
I thank Country Max for allowing me to take these pictures in their store and also allowing me to put them on here.
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Bishop Eli cancelled church service Sunday. Actually, he did it on Saturday. He felt the roads would be too icy. Didn't want anyone getting hurt on the way to service or on the way home. Said we will have it next week at the same people's home.
Today, as I give Marilyn the post, it is raining. Anna told me to do something. She didn't care what it was, just get out of her way. So I decided to give Marilyn the post. Anna is busy doing the washing, cleaning the house and wanting to know what I wanted for dinner. It's still morning and she wants to know what I want for dinner! I can't make decisions like that this early in the day. If I don't tell her what I want, she will make what she wants - which is fine with me. No matter what she cooks tastes great. Anna read over my shoulder as she was passing by. Says I am trying to butter her up.
Anyway, here us farmers are waiting. Before this weather started, I plowed where Anna has her garden. That is ready. Also dug up where she wants to plant some of her flowers. Anna told me if I want something to do, when I get done with this post, I can go out in her green house and pot some of the plants she wants to sell. I think she wants me out of the house, so she can get her inside chores done. So I guess, I will go out there and do that for her.
Trust God's Wisdom,