Monday, January 30, 2017 – Transplanting, Stoker & Winegar, “George & Agatha”
We spent our whole work day in the propagation room transplanting “Ageratum - Blue Danube” (Common name: Floss Flower) seedlings. We enjoyed our work; it was warm and comfortable indoors. We really got a lot done too; we transplanted 13 trays of seedlings, just a little under a thousand plants.
After work we ran errands and stopped in at the Heber C. Kimball home where we served yesterday. Today Sis. Stoker and Sis. Winegar were serving there. Sis. Stoker also plays “Agatha” for her cast in “Rendezvous in Old Nauvoo.” We had a nice visit as the two “Agathas” shared tips and pointers about performing.
Tonight in “Rendezvous” we performed our vignette of “George & Agatha” for the second time. And it went perfectly, no missed lines and no missed timing. In fact Sis. Johnson had the audience rolling in the aisles, it was so funny. At one point Sis. Johnson and the doctor, played by Elder Rober, had to stop in the middle of the scene to wait for the laughter to die down before going on; that’s how good it was tonight. Good Job Sis. Johnson!