My body is having trouble adjusting to the recent change in daylight savings time. On the other hand there are several things I like about it.
Cleo, my beagle, stays contented in her pen until 7:30 or sometimes 8:00.
I get to go to church on Wednesday nights and get back home before dark sets in.
The weather is warming and I find that delightful.  I guess I’m not a Winter Girl.
The birds are chirping outside my apartment patio.  They’re among my favorite animal creatures.
The shipment of Behind Enemy Lines   should reach me well before April 1st and will sell for $12.00 for one book or two for $20.00.
I’ve mailed the second half of my historical fiction book Trail Blazer to my editing editor, Laura Backes of Children’s Book Insider.  With her approval I’ll then send her my entire manuscript for one final look over.  What’s next after that?  I hope to begin Trail Blazer, II which will cover the middle years of the life of Noble Wimberly Jones, Esquire who came with the first English immigrants to found the colony of Georgia in 1733 when he was ten years old.


hymn by  Elvina M. Hall (1820-1889)

Jesus paid it all and all to Him I owe.
Sin had left a crimson stain, He washed it white as snow.
I hear the Savior say, “Thy strength indeed is small,
Child of weakness watch and pray, Find in Me thine all in all.
Lord, now indeed I find Thy power and Thine alone
can heal the leper’s spot and melt the heart of stone.
For nothing good have I whereby Thy grace to claim
I’ll wash my garments white in the blood of Calvary’s Lamb
And when before the throne I stand in Him complete,
“Jesus died my soul to save”
 My lips shall still repeat.