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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Menu for 9/29/14-10/4/14

I kind of took this week off. I didn't cook, we ate out almost every night. That meant I didn't have to clean the kitchen except to wash a few glasses and plates from lunch. It was a nice, relaxing week of playing with Bailey and having family time in the evenings. I really enjoyed it.

I read a lot. I finished at least one book and I'm halfway through another. I'm still working on the Dresden Files series and I'm loving it! There's just so much action and of course I'm fascinated by the magic and the monsters.

I spent at least one nap time working on this new crochet pattern.
This is just a test swatch with some leftover yarn I had from a project but I love the way it looks.

My great-aunt is a yard sale fanatic so every few weeks she shows up at Nana's door with another large bag full of clothes for Bailey. This little dress was among the most recent haul and even though it won't fit her long I think it looks adorable on her.

Bailey has been wanting me to swaddle her baby dolls and stuffed animals together so she can hold them like a real baby. She carries them around the house for awhile and then tells them to go to bed and gently places them on a pillow and covers them up. It's very sweet.

One afternoon she decided to lie down on the floor with the baby for a nap. She had me cover her and then closed her eyes and said goodnight.

And finally we've had some spectacularly beautiful weather. Blue skies, fluffy white clouds, and moderate temperatures and the leaves on the trees haven't quite started turning so there's plenty of green everywhere. It's just lovely, and I'm not much of an outdoors person.

Here's the menu for this week, and I will be cooking this week.

Breakfast- yogurt and grapes
Lunch- peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and chips
Dinner- peanut chicken stir-fry with broccoli, carrots, and sugar snap peas, fried rice, and apple pie

Breakfast- scrambled eggs and sausage links
Lunch- peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and chips
Dinner- chicken stuffed shells and garlic toast

Breakfast- French toast and bacon
Lunch- leftover stuffed shells
Dinner- chicken taco macaroni and cheese and Hawaiian rolls

Breakfast- chocolate chip muffins and grapes
Lunch- leftover taco macaroni and cheese
Dinner- brown sugar and bacon wrapped chicken, baked beans, and french fries

Breakfast- cereal and fruit
Lunch- leftover chicken and baked beans
Dinner- fried chicken, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and green beans

Breakfast- ham, egg, and cheese sandwiches
Lunch- leftover fried chicken sandwiches
Dinner- breakfast casserole, sausage gravy, and biscuits

Breakfast- berry pancakes and bacon
Lunch- leftovers
Dinner- Admiral will provide dinner

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