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Week 133 Menu

The last two weeks have been the busiest weeks of my life.  We bought our first home and moved across town while taking kids to soccer, t-ball, teaching piano lessons, kids with stomach flu, Easter, my boy's birthday, packing, cleaning, unpacking, laundry, and much more.  It's been crazy!  

I think things are finally slowing down a tiny bit and we're more settled.  One of my favorite things about our new house the brand-new gas range.  It has 5 burners!  I love using it and can't wait to use it more.  (And you get to see my vintage Kitchenaid that I love.  Okay, maybe it's not vintage, because it was my mom's and she's not that old.)

We've had a lot of pancakes, french toast, pizza, etc. the last few weeks.  Even though I didn't stick to every meal that I planned on Sundays, it helped a lot to have them planned out.

And, last but not least, HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!  When I planned my menu last week, I totally forgot that it was Mother's Day today.  I have an amazing Mom and am lucky to be able to know many, many amazing women that I'm related to and not.  

Okay, here's my menu for the week:

Monday:  roast, potatoes, carrots, etc.

Tuesday:  chicken rolls, whole grain rice-a-roni

Wednesday: sloppy joes

Thursday:  teriyaki chicken, stirfry veggies w/rice

Friday:  easy night

Saturday: tinfoil dinners

Sunday:  Swedish meatballs, steamed red potatoes, IKEA gravy

That's what I'm making.  How about you?  Have a great week!

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