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Week 300 Menu!!!

Hi guys!  Well, today is the day that I've posted (and planned) 300 menus!  I started my blog on August 19, 2008 and have posted menus almost every week since then.  I'm going to have a giveaway for one of my favorite things because I'm thankful for all the people that read my blog.  Thanks for being great readers!

I'll do a separate giveaway post later today (hopefully).  It's a lots-of-tissues-and-blowing-my-nose day for me and a whiny-recovering-from-two-days-of-fever for my little guy.  I've just been making messes around my house and haven't been doing very well at cleaning anything up.  Better get busy.

This weekend was good.  We had our first ever yard sale.  It was a new experience, but we got rid of a lot of stuff that was cluttering up our crawl space and other places.

I taught a lesson in church to the ladies in Relief Society.  Then yesterday after church I got to take a nap.  It was so nice and much needed after staying up with my little guy the previous night watching Chuggington at 3 am.

I also tried a new recipe for dinner on Saturday and my family ate it!  That says a lot because my boys are going through a super picky stage.  Recipe coming soon.

Menu time...

Monday:  seriously, no idea...why is the day that I menu plan always the hardest? I need some inspiration.  :)

Tuesday: creamy chicken and wild rice soup

Wednesday: crockpot Korean fire meat, steamed rice, veggies

Thursday: tacos, maybe Navajo tacos if time allows

Friday:  pizza

Saturday: chicken tortellini soup and some kind of bread

Sunday:  smothered pork chops and mashed potatoes

All righty...what are you making this week?  (And especially, what are you making tonight?  I need immediate inspiration.  Ha!)

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