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Week 385 Menu



Hi everyone!  I finally feel like it is December now.  We went to the mountains on Saturday and cut down our Christmas tree.  We got to hike through snow to the top of the mountains so we could find a smaller (8-9 ft) tree.  It's a beauty and our house smells amazing!

Now bring on all things Christmas!  

My family and I have been trying to #LIGHTtheWORLD and I love that my kids are trying a little harder to serve others.  I've been lucky enough to be on the receiving end of some of their service.  It's me a little more aware of the service that I do naturally each day and how I can improve and serve others.

I didn't post my menu for last week until Sunday.  It was a bit of a crazy getting-back-into-the-swing-of-things-after-vacation week.  I planned it on Monday but didn't end up publishing my post.  I'm determined to do better this week.  (Update:  haha, it's Thursday and I AM going to post my menu today!)

Monday: meatloaf, baked potatoes, salad, green beans

Tuesday:  creamy wild rice and chicken soup, one hour rolls (subbed half the flour with white wheat flour and they turned out great)

Wednesday:  fancy sub sandwiches (french bread from the store bakery or this recipe is good too, ham, swiss, avocado, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce, etc.)

Thursday:  homemade pizza

Friday:  crockpot pork, mashed potatoes

Saturday:  easy night

Sunday:  family choice

What are you making this week?  Feel free to share, I love it when you do!

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