okay...so I know that making a menu, then making a grocery list is the easiest way to make my life easier...
YET I continue to fight this...and fight it when I need order most!
the last week was crazy with it being our VBS week...
(side note: with my husband being the Children's Pastor and me being the Early Childhood Director at our church, VBS...Vacation Bible School...this week is BIG!)
and yet I failed to make a grocery list or a menu...so the last week was sort of mildly crazy and made more so by my lack of planning...
after spending half the day with 30+ preschoolers/kindergarteners
YES 30+...one day it was 35 of them...
with one other adult and 3 teen helpers...we might have been breaking so sort of code...
the last thing you want is to come home and make dinner...or even think about dinner...
I made a menu AND went grocery shopping...yes...on a Sunday no less...with one child in tow...
(menu disclaimer to my husband...all menu items are subject to change according to the cooks discretion...and or willingness to cook in a hot kitchen...at anytime during the week of said menu you may choose to show your wife love by taking her out to dinner with or without the children!)
Lunch-corndogs (not what I had planned, but I went to work, and dad and the kids were left alone!)
Dinner-make your own pizzas
Lunch-@ the lake...pb&j sandwiches
Dinner-BBQ pulled pork sandwiches
Thursday-July 29th...my baby boy turns 5...FIVE!
Lunch-@ McDonald's, Birthday Boy's choice
Dinner-Corndogs (also his choice)
Lunch-3 bean salad & egg salad
Dinner-Nachos (with beef made in crock pot)
Dinner-Burritos made with same meat at Friday
Dinner-Kashi Pilaf with Chicken
Lunch-Fried Egg sandwiches
Dinner-grilled Lemon Pepper Chicken with pesto pasta
Dinner-breakfast for dinner
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