‘Oh My!’ Introduced In 2012 As ‘Dad’s Day’
Happy Fatherâ€™s Day to â€œBig Daddy.â€ Creator and founding partner of theÂ â€œOui Theory.â€Â Â Â â€œQui Theoryâ€Â was discovered on a Sunday afternoon in Texas. Big Daddy was retired and I worked full time. We had over 200 roses in our Texas gardens, so after working in the roses all day Saturday, I said on Sunday, â€œWhy donâ€™tÂ weÂ finish fertilizing the roses on Monday?â€ He surprisingly said, â€œWeÂ wonâ€™t be here onÂ Monday, you are at work.â€
Get More Done With The ‘Oui Theory’
Exactly. Never do anything on the week-end thatÂ youÂ can put off until Monday, whenÂ ouiÂ can do it withoutÂ youÂ actually being there. “Yes dear” is the reply “oui’ hope for. Â Just look how much more you can get done. Since ‘Big Daddy’ agreed to the deal we call it â€œOui Theoryâ€ as in the phrase â€œYes, Dear,â€Â (oui)Â meaningÂ yes IÂ will do thisÂ without youÂ being present, here or your involvement. ;)Â Be sure to read whenÂ “Oui Theory” Ran AgroundÂ when I nearly derailed a perfectly good working theory with fishing.
Mr. Fox Goes To The Biltmore Rose Trials
Richard and Susan Fox at The Biltmore Rose Trials
Special Thanks To Our Fathers
I especially think of my father who worked so hard and dedicated so much of his life to being sure we had all that we needed. Last year I wrote about how he loved Mother’s rose garden and insisted on calling ‘Miranda’ and every red rose ‘Miss All American Beauty’.Â I still haven’t planted ‘Miss All American Beauty’. But maybe I should plant ‘Miranda’ and call it ‘Miss All American Beauty’ like my father did. Happy Father’s Day to all of you wonderful Father’s, Grandfather’s and patriarch’s of your families, have a wonderful “Dad’s Day!
Our Great Uncle Sam Chisholm at 94