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Posted Jan 15 2009 7:28pm

We have been working on the theater badge for Girl Scouts and a couple dads helped out.  The girls got them all decorated up, too!  Thanks for being such good sports, guys!

 

Hope you all are warmer than we have been here.  Usually, I have peas  and all my salad greens in the ground by now.  They like the cool weather and I always push ahead and plant them because I can’t wait to get my hands into the dirt.  But THIS year, well, it’s been COLD!  And there were SNOWFLAKES falling from the sky.  Just a few, but, well, still…  (sigh)  Baseball practice was cancelled for tonight because 30 degrees is a bit too chilly for baseball.  Ya think?  I am hoping this means winter will be later in coming.  A girl can dream, right?

 

This week is another busy week around here.  It will be nice when the activity overlap is over.  Soon.  Very, very soon.  We had piano festival this weekend (my kids were great!) which was fun to see.  Now if it would only warm up.  It’s hard to go to soccer practice in the cold…  Ugh!  Thursday I get to go with the preschool class to the zoo, which is always fun.  My daughter is really excited about the bus ride!

 

Head over to  Menu Plan Monday  for an amazing amount of menu plans.  If you want all gluten free menus, head over to the Gluten Free Menu Swap  hosted this week by Asparagus Thin.   This week’s theme ingredient is peas.   I like peas, especially the sugar peas, and I have great memories of all my kids planting them every spring.  My son had to check on them every day, several times a day when he was little, just in case they grew when he wasn’t looking.  We have to plant a lot as the kiddos snack right off the vine every time they play outside or I wouldn’t have enough for dinner.  Not such a bad snack…

 

 

 








Monday:  Boy Scout night:

Leftover night  (we have calico beans, beef and bean soup, and a few other things floating around in there) , salad with strawberries

 

Tuesday:   Piano lesson night:

Burgers with the “works” on Noah Rolls, Oven Roasted Fries, salad with Thousand Island Dressing

 

Wednesday:   Mommy works 10 hours:

Broiled fish, roasted asparagus, salad 

 

Thursday:  Preschool Zoo field trip/Girl Scout night/Baseball Game:

Slow Cooker Thursday:   Overnight gluten-free oatmeal with dried fruit

Coconut Beef Curry with Rice Noodles, Spinach Salad with Mango Slices

 

Friday:  Mommy works 5 hours/small group/big boy off to Boy Scout camp for the week end:

Freezer Friday:  Ground meat plan

Apricot Pork Tenderloin, Stir-fried Pea Pods with Ginger and Sesame, Pear & Berry Crisp

We have been working on the theater badge for Girl Scouts and a couple dads helped out.  The girls got them all decorated up, too!  Thanks for being such good sports, guys!

 

Hope you all are warmer than we have been here.  Usually, I have peas  and all my salad greens in the ground by now.  They like the cool weather and I always push ahead and plant them because I can’t wait to get my hands into the dirt.  But THIS year, well, it’s been COLD!  And there were SNOWFLAKES falling from the sky.  Just a few, but, well, still…  (sigh)  Baseball practice was cancelled for tonight because 30 degrees is a bit too chilly for baseball.  Ya think?  I am hoping this means winter will be later in coming.  A girl can dream, right?

 

This week is another busy week around here.  It will be nice when the activity overlap is over.  Soon.  Very, very soon.  We had piano festival this weekend (my kids were great!) which was fun to see.  Now if it would only warm up.  It’s hard to go to soccer practice in the cold…  Ugh!  Thursday I get to go with the preschool class to the zoo, which is always fun.  My daughter is really excited about the bus ride!

 

Head over to  Menu Plan Monday  for an amazing amount of menu plans.  If you want all gluten free menus, head over to the Gluten Free Menu Swap  hosted this week by Asparagus Thin.   This week’s theme ingredient is peas.   I like peas, especially the sugar peas, and I have great memories of all my kids planting them every spring.  My son had to check on them every day, several times a day when he was little, just in case they grew when he wasn’t looking.  We have to plant a lot as the kiddos snack right off the vine every time they play outside or I wouldn’t have enough for dinner.  Not such a bad snack…

 

 

 








Monday:  Boy Scout night:

Leftover night  (we have calico beans, beef and bean soup, and a few other things floating around in there) , salad with strawberries

 

Tuesday:   Piano lesson night:

Burgers with the “works” on Noah Rolls, Oven Roasted Fries, salad with Thousand Island Dressing

 

Wednesday:   Mommy works 10 hours:

Broiled fish, roasted asparagus, salad 

 

Thursday:  Preschool Zoo field trip/Girl Scout night/Baseball Game:

Slow Cooker Thursday:   Overnight gluten-free oatmeal with dried fruit

Coconut Beef Curry with Rice Noodles, Spinach Salad with Mango Slices

 

Friday:  Mommy works 5 hours/small group/big boy off to Boy Scout camp for the week end:

Freezer Friday:  Ground meat plan

Apricot Pork Tenderloin, Stir-fried Pea Pods with Ginger and Sesame, Pear & Berry Crisp

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