This here is Mrs. Lovensheimer. Her first name is Eileen, but I just can't help it, she's Mrs. Lovensheimer to me. Must be because my folks raised me right. Oh come on now...you waved to Tony last week. Give her a big 'ole wave since she's waving to you!
Mrs. Lovensheimer and her daughter, Heidi (who's a fantabulous teacher at Adena Elementary School by the way), have Lovensheimer's People Treats & Dog Treats at the Chillicothe Farmer's Market. Heidi is the gal you see when you first walk into the market at the booth where they sell market tokens. While Heidi mans (er, womans) that tent, Mrs. Lovensheimer sells the most delicious angel food cakes, quick breads, and other delights she has baked up. A feast for my senses! My hips will pay for it by the time October rolls around when the market closes for a while.
Now like the sign says, they also sell dog treats. I haven't personally tried any, but I did a survey where 9 out of 10 dogs found their dog treats to be an uber delicious tail wagging sensation. I think dog #10's tail may have been wagging, too, but he had one of those stubbly little tails and it was hard to tell. I bet you thought I was actually talking to them and understanding what they were saying, huh! Dr. Doolittle I am not.
Here's the thing about Mrs. Lovensheimer...she is one of the sweetest kindest most thoughtful people you will ever meet - really! In fact, so is Heidi (so you know her mama raised her up right)! I truly enjoy seeing Mrs. Lovensheimer and Heidi on Saturday mornings. Some mornings when I go to coffee klatch with the ladies I'll see Mrs. Lovensheimer at McDonald's and that's a real treat for me. She's just the kind of person that lights up a room.
Next time you're at the Chillicothe Farmer's Market make sure to stop by the token booth and say, "Hi," to Heidi. Then head on down to Lovensheimer's People Treats & Dog Treats to visit with Mrs. Lovensheimer and pick yourself up some delicious goodies. Trust me, you'll be glad you did! Smiling & Waving, Sharon
I'm the queen of our farm, although the animals haven't figured that out yet. My title is Head Chicken Wrangler, but most days I'm called Mom. Life is a comedy and I plan on documenting it.