It surely is nice to see some pretty spring flowers blooming. I like the nice sunny days so I can clean out flower beds.
I had a nice letter from my flower friend, Pauline Martin of Rocky Mount, N.C., and she had been out working in her yard. We are waiting for the hummingbirds, also.
The Revelation Bible Study by Pastor Joe Cerino has been completed. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot.
I really appreciate Debbie Tatum and her kindness. She is always ready to help in any way she can. Bless you, my dear lady.
Prayer time at Patrick Springs Pentecostal Holiness Church was one of the best ever. I really felt like I had been to a church service and I just love Shirley Fanning. What a witness she is.
Mary Ann came down from D.C. and has been enjoying the nice spring-like weather.
Miss Claudine is loving Daylight Saving Time and the beautiful sunshine.
Please put Juanita Mengelt on your prayer list. She isn’t feeling well and is in pain.
Thanks to Doug and Gaynelle Hullet for their kindness. It was nice to have some quiet time. I also enjoyed being with Mary Fulcher.
Claudine Wood was so happy that Bonnie Hall visited her and it really brightened her day.
Don’t forget to start getting your hummingbird feeders ready. I can hardly wait.
I enjoyed St. Patrick’s Day with Mary Ann and neighbor Brian Ratliff and had some traditional food. It was delicious.
It was nice to see one of my favorite people at Curls and Colors—Starr Cockram. She is so precious.
Household hint: Think outside the bowl. Choose brightly colored bowls to set off dips. Or get creative with hollowed out bowls loaves of bread, bell peppers, heads of cabbage or winter squash.
4 boneless chicken breast tenders
1-1/2 cups Pace Picante Sauce
3 tbsp. brown sugar
1 tbsp. Dijon mustard
Place the chicken breast halves in a two-quart shallow baking dish. Mix together the picante sauce, brown sugar and mustard. Pour over the chicken breasts.
Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes or until well done. Serve with rice. Yield: four servings.
Food for thought
Please don’t drive faster than your guardian angel can fly.