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Week #333 Menu (<---that's a cool #)

Hi everyone!  Did you have a great weekend?  Mine was great!  It was General Conference on Saturday and Sunday, so I got to listen to many, many great, inspiring talks from our church leaders.  I was fed spiritually and feel inspired.  (And I made some yummy general conference cinnamon rolls too!  Wish they were cholesterol and guilt free!)  

I can't wait to go back and listen to the talks again and reread them.  So many messages that inspired me to keep doing what I'm doing, but keep trying to do and be a little better.  

I got to go to Coeur d'Alene, ID and Spokane, WA on Saturday for my son's soccer games.  It was a nice (and long) drive, but fun to be in the mountains!  

I'm lucky to have my inlaws visiting for a little while.  They're amazing and my kids love playing with them.  And they do the dishes.  And they babysit!  And my father-in-law fixes things that are broken!  Good motivation to make some yummy meals this week.

Menu time...

Tuesday:  grilled Greek chicken, flatbread, veggies and tzatziki sauce

Wednesday:  broccoli beef, steamed rice and/or quinoa

Thursday:  fried chicken sausage, potatoes, peppers and onions 

Saturday: easy night, maybe pancakes

Sunday:  teriyaki grilled salmon, quinoa, veggies, biscuits

What are you making this week?  Did you have a great weekend?  Have a good week!

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