I am a creature of habit and I have a slight OCD problem. If I set something up, I want to follow it to a tee and if I don’t….it sends my innards into a free for all and I end up with a belly ache.
Yes….I realize that is an issue and I need to relax a bit.
This weekend, Big Daddy is sacrificing his time with us to work some overtime. So, it is me and the kids. That automatically throws my mojo off. Saturdays are family time, honey do lists time, and me do whatever I’m itching to do at the moment. Today, I’m parenting alone, making grocery lists, working on my weeks menu, going to the grocery, going to the bank (if there is time because I am procrastinating), dealing with stitches, and adult children moments.
With that I am throwing caution to the wind and I’m using up the last of my freezer meals and I’m throwing in an old childhood favorite my mom used to make. I will have little grocery shopping to do, as I premade a whole lot of breakfast items, I do not have to buy much in the way of that (except milk and yogurt). Lunch stuff…well, when you homeschool, that is *always* needed, but there are days, like today, that we have leftovers. That helps. This week, we probably won’t have any leftovers because my children are ravenous and they think they are always starving. I still have a thing of spaghetti sauce I made and froze. There are also 2 huge packs of chicken breasts that I need to thaw and boil. Always always ALWAYS save your broth. You can freeze it in mason jars and save it for soups.
Pasta Casserole (freezer meal) and french bread
Mom’s Tacos (I probably have not had these in 30 years….I am stoked)
Doro Wot & Injera for some….others will have baked chicken, mashed potatoes and green bean casserole
Creamy Tuscan Garlic Tortellini Soup & Chili
Mississippi Roast, Mac & cheese, roasted italian potatoes, and corn
What’s on tap for your family, this week?