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Week 47 Menu

My birthday was over the weekend and the kids helped make my cake. It was a better-than-... (you can fill in the blank with your own word) cake. The kids spread the whipped c ream on top and sprinkled the skor bar all over. I thought it was cute where they put the candles. My hubby actually took this lovely picture (he usually teases me about taking pictures of food). I guess from the number of candles on the cake, I turned 12 !
Anyway...My little girl starts all-day kindergarten tomorrow. Well, I guess she actually doesn't start going all day until next week, but you know what I mean. I can't believe she's old enough to be in school. I'm excited that she's going to school, but I'm a little nervous about her being in the big world all by herself. I'm sure she'll do great.

So, here's my menu for this week:

Monday: crockpot chicken stew w/homemade bread

Tuesday: Creamy Rosemary Penne w/Chicken

Wednesday: turkey sloppy joes and homemade potato chips (thinly sliced potatoes drizzled w/olive oil and baked -- my kids loved them when I made them last week)

Thursday: mexican something -- either mexican lasagna or navajo tacos

Friday: eat out

Saturday: easy night

Sunday: roast

All right. There's my menu. Have a good week and don't forget to post your menu and add yourself as a follower.

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