Thursday, October 31, 2013

A Confident Heart Chapters 4 & 5

These chapters took me a while to get through. I am still not done with chapter 5 either. Lots of thinking has been going on about my past. After reading some of the other blogs for this weeks hop, it makes my past troubles seem so petty and stupid.

Chapter 4 was all about the pain we experienced in our past and chapter 5 is about moving beyond that pain.

I came from a broken home. My mother was never really around. My dad had health problems and was in and out of the hospital a bunch of times due to strokes and heart attacks and open heart surgery. I spent lots of time at a friends home. Thankfully they were very loving and had no problems with me practically living there.

I replaced the lack of a stable home life with sex. I always felt wanted during the act, but the relationships never lasted. I did end up pregnant at 16. It was a long hard time for me as a single mother with no help from my daughters father or my parents. Lots of my friend left me because I had a child and could not do the same things as them anymore. I continued to use sex as a way to feel wanted and loved until I met my husband. He was the only guy I didn't hop right into bed with.

I still look back at my teen years. I have moved past it, learned from it and use it as a teaching tool for other teens. I have grilled into my kids what happens when you have sex before you are ready and what life is like as a teen parent or a single parent.

Now, I look at my most recent issues. I have been struggling with  having Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia. The pain is unbelievably bad at times. Right now I am in a lot of pain because I messed up and forgot to take my pain medication last night. I had to stop working because the pain was so great at times. I could never get comfortable sitting down or typing, both were required at my job. Not to mention the fatigue from both is crazy. Sometimes I literally sleep all day long.

Just recently I started to feel more like my normal old self. I have found a medication that works at relieving my RA symptoms. Pain medication has taken away most of the pain I feel. Yes, I am dependent on these medications to make me feel better for the rest of my life, but I am glad for them.

I have started to move past and accept who I am, even with my issues. I am learning a lot about my conditions so that I may pass on my knowledge and help others just starting out on this "adventure". I have been having less and less "why me" moments. This is still a work in progress, but I have been feeling better the more I move past my problems and move forward.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Weekly Goals

It's been a couple of weeks since I did any goals. I've just been winging it but it has been bugging me to not have anything planned. I am a planner by heart. So, here are this weeks goals:

1. Finish the binding on Baby Bella's quilt. The binding and the quilting I do all by hand so it takes a bit. Just hoping my sister in law likes the blanket.

2. Finish planting the spring flower bulbs. We had our first frost the other night and I realized that I really need t o get my butt in gear and get these bulbs planted. My dad bought them for me (and asked me to share with a friend), so I need to get them in the ground for him to enjoy in the spring. I know I will love them too, but I secretly think he got them for himself to see when he visits. hehe

3. Divide the venison up into meal sizes. Hubby shot one deer on his trip to Pennsylvania last week (woot woot). Right now it is at a friend of his house who processes game for a living. After then clean up the meat and make it look like something I will recognize, I want to put it in my foodsaver bags according to a meal so it will be easier to deal with. I have never had venison before, but have been reading a ton and even bought a cookbook on how to cook it.

4. Bring the garden stuff to storage. We live in a mobile home in a small park. We are blessed to actually have a bunch of land here even though we live in a park. But we are only allowed a small shed. Sooo we have a storage unit that we rent so that we can store the bigger things in.

5. Clean up and organize the bookshelves. All of them are a mess. Max took over a shelf in the bookshelf we use to store our shoes and bags, so I need to reorganize it to give him a little spot. Not to mention the ones in the office area are all over the place thanks to Abby, who likes to hide and pounce on Max when he walks by.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

A Confident Heart ~ Chapter 3

This chapter took me a bit to get through. Not because it was boring or full of information, it just made me think and reflect on my past, a lot. I thought about all the times I was looking for love in all the wrong places. I used one thing and one thing only to get what I thought I wanted. Sex. I ended up pregnant at 16 and then again at 20. I lost my second pregnancy and over time, I see it as a sign from God to stop. I did for a little bit, but then went right back using my body to get "love" from my boyfriends. Thankfully I calmed down and then I met my husband. We have been together for 14 years now.

This weeks blog hop topic:

A Heart Surrendered To Christ

I shared on my blog why I came back to Christ, but never when. You can read about why here ~ My Journey.

I think shortly after my grandmother passed is when I felt the pull to come back to Christ. My grandmother is what I would call a Godly woman. I never saw her go to church or read her bible, but the way she lived her life showed it. It is the way I always wanted to be. I remember back growing up kneeling at the side of my bed every night doing my bedtime prayers with her. I remember if my grandfather took the Lords name in vain, my Meme (what I called her) would get very upset with him, but never yell at him, just spoke a bit louder.

My Meme only passed away a few months ago. I have had a hard time dealing with it. I was very close to her. I use to spend every weekend with her when I was growing up. When they moved down to Florida, I would spend every summer with her and my grandfather (Bumpa as I call him). I could talk to her about things that I could never talk to my parents about. I remember back when I got pregnant with my eldest. She was very supportive, but would always tell me to keep my legs closed. I thought it was funny, but I knew why she said it.

The day Meme passed was a hard day for me. We knew her time was coming, but it still hurt and still does hurt. It was then that I knew I needed Christ to help me get through her death. I started to pray more and think about where my life was at. I was not happy in the way my faith had been going. It wasn't until a week before her birthday that I finally really thought hard about my life and the way things were going.

The day before her birthday is when I gave my heart back to Christ. I have been a happier person since. I don't cry so much when I think about Meme, unless I hear a certain song my Carrie Underwood. That song is what I used in my memorial post to Meme. You can read it here ~ In Memory of Meme.

This week we had a little activity that we could do if we wanted. It is a "No Fail Pail". It is a container or pail filled with scripture that is meaningful to me as well as the scripture from Chapter 12. I do a ton of canning every year, so I always have canning jars around. I took a wide mouth quart sized jar, cut out a circle of some fabric that I used to cover some baskets in my bathroom and then filled my jar with scripture written on paper to match the fabric. When I need a little encouragement, I open my jar and start reading some of the scripture.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

The end of the garden for the season

I planted a fall garden in August and it was going great. I have been eating lettuce a ton, snap peas, and bush beans. I even had some more zucchini coming up too. I picked 2 the other day and there are still maybe 2 more on the plants.

With temps going to hit in the 20's at night starting tomorrow night, I had to get out there and pull everything that I could so I wouldn't loose anything. I got a ton of romaine and butter head lettuce. A few handfuls of bush beans, a few tomatoes (I still have more out there but they are green), and a couple of zucchini.

I also pulled my carrots, even though some were not ready and small, but they were sooo yummy. Nothing like the stuff you get at the grocery store for sure.

Bad picture of me, but I wanted Matt to take one of me seeing how I am always behind the camera. I've lost a bunch of weight so all my pants are big and baggy.

All my carrots. It is times like this that I miss my bunny Allegra. She (he) loved the carrot greens.

The carrots all washed up and ready to be pealed and cut up to freeze. I didn't plant a lot because I wasn't sure how they would turn out. I tried carrots a few years ago and they never happened. Next spring I plan on planting a ton more. We love carrots.

My carrots all cut up and put into three serving sized packages. I will probably use these in stews and soups.

My backyard. Love the colors. If you look carefully, you can see Matt. Just follow the fallen tree into the forest. Matt has been working on a fort back there. He was cutting up fallen trees to make a lean-to.

My yard again, only this is the side that goes behind the other homes in my park. We all share the space back here, but I turned the area right behind my home into my garden.

The last of my flowers growing in my garden. I did companion planting this year with much success. Not very many bugs at all. I think I saw one potato beetle and one squash bug, but that was it. I even had a very big grasshopper living in the garden feeding off the bugs that I didn't see. Nothing bothered my plants.

After digging up everything and clearing some of the garden, my knees started to hurt big time. I iced my knee up, but it didn't really help much. I ended up going to bed early and sleeping in. Now to wait for the cold weather to get here. I have plenty of sewing to keep myself busy and warm.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Dinner Plans 10/21 ~ 10/27

Steve is gone on a hunting trip for the week, so Matt and I are making things we love that Steve doesn't.

Monday ~ Skillet Sausage & Rice

Tuesday ~ Chicken Tiki Masala

Wednesday ~ Pepperoni Rolls

Thursday ~ Homemade Taco Night

Friday ~ Crockpot Cheese Tortellini & Sausage

Saturday ~ Chicken Quesadillas

Sunday ~ Steak Fingers & Fries

Dehydrating Apple Slices

This past summer I was able to buy myself a dehydrator. A 5 drawer Excalibur. The hubby said I should have got the 9 drawer model, but I didn't think I would need it. Well, I kinda did with the apples.

I started out peeling and coring my apples using my little corer peeler thingy. I don't know what else to call it. hehe

I filled up a huge bowl with the rest of the apples we had from apple picking. I attached the peeler to a wooden tray table and peeled them while watching tv. Abby kept reaching up and pulling the peels down so she can play with them. She never ate any, thankfully. She seems to hate the smell of the apples.

Once they were all peeled, I cut the apples in half so that my apple pieces were half. Some of them broke into smaller pieces, but that is ok. I also mixed up some Fruit Fresh Produce Protector to help prevent the browning of the apples. It will also help the apples keep their white color.

Then I lined the trays up with all the pieces of apple slices. I tried to get most of the slices onto the trays while leaving a little room between each. Sorry for the blurry picture.

As you can see the apples had already started to turn brown before I put the fruit fresh on them. I put them in for 6 hours at 135°.

As you can tell from the picture, not all the slices got the Fruit Fresh on them. I was trying to mix the slices while not breaking them too much, so I missed getting it on some. You can see how much they shrink down. They are a little bit chewy, the way I like them. You could always put them in for longer if you like chips.

I store them in mason jars with some oxygen obsorbers. When I put the slices in the jars, they were filled to the top. Over night they kinda settled down a bit. So yummy for a cheep snack. Think I might have some right now.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

A Hunting Vacation

The hubby left at 5:30 this morning to go on his much needed and wanted hunting vacation with his younger brother. He will be gone all week long. They drove down to Pennsylvania, to Uniondale. If all goes well, the hubby will have three deer to bring home. It's been 5 years since we spent any time away from each other like this. I'm going to miss him, I kinda already do. The one thing I won't miss is his horrid snoring. I might actually get some good sleep for once this week.

We were watching CSI:NY last week while he was cleaning his muzzle loader for his trip. I just thought it was funny watching him watch tv while doing it. I will even have the 50" tv all to myself this week too. No fighting over the remote. hehe. The hubby and I do watch a lot of the same shows, but not all.

I have never had venison before, but have a nice new cookbook for it, so I have an idea how to cook it. I just have no idea what cuts to ask the butcher for. If it was a pig or cow, I would have no problems with picking my cuts. Looks like I need to see if I can find info online about what to ask for. I know I want sausages made and the hubby wants the backstrap, but other than that, I have no idea.

Tonight Matt is suppose to be sleeping over a friends house. Last night the friend spent the night here. Matt made pancakes for both of them for breakfast and his friend made eggs. Of course they left the kitchen a mess. I need to teach them to clean up the dishes after cooking. Those two go hand in hand. So, if Matt does sleep over his friends house, it will be just me and the cats tonight. I might actually go buy a pizza for dinner instead of cooking. Never had to cook for one before, so pizza it will be. I can have the leftovers for breakfast too.

Wow, this day sure did go by fast. I haven't done anything today other than turn on the tv in the bedroom and watch the Love Comes Softly marathon on the Hallmark channel. Love these movies, I just wish they would show them in order. I have the first four on dvd. One of these days I will get the rest. Now to get dressed (yes I am still in my jammies hehe) and go get my pizza.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

A Confident Heart ~ Chapters 1 & 2

As I was reading chapter one, all sorts of memories of lots of different times I had doubts kept running through my mind.

The first paragraph, in chapter one, reminded me a lot of myself. I always try to chicken out of going or doing something that is out of my comfort zone. If I have to take my son to a place that I have never been before, I tend to try to find a way to get out of driving him there. I always think that I will never get there without getting lost or something else happening.

While reading this chapter, only one thought came creeping into my mind. The devil is keeping me doubting myself. Now that I have turned back towards Christ, I find God showing me my errors and basically turning the light on to things. He made me see who was causing my doubting. Doubt is also making me sick. When I do over come a little bit of it, I feel sooo much better.When I read scripture makes me feel physically an mentally better.

At The Well ~ weekly blog hop topic

In chapter two, Renee's story had me nodding my head yes constantly. I can totally relate to it. I tell people all the time that I am doing okay even though I am not. I am in pain everyday, physically and emotionally, thanks to my RA and Fibro. I don't want to make others feel down or make them feel bad for me. I am afraid if I tell them how I truly feel, that they might not believe me, think that I am making up all my pain or that they will stop spending time or doing things with me. I am limited in what I can do, but I still push myself to do things. Most don't understand what it is like to live with RA and Fibro, unless they have it or another autoimmune disease. I have lost a few friends who I have told my true feelings to. I think that if they were true friends, they would still be around. I do have a couple of very close friends who have helped me out by either just listening while I pour my heart out or doing things for me that I can no longer do. Christ is one of those friends. There are times that I yell at him, cry and ask why he did this to me. I know he loves me and I was predestined to be this way, but I still blame him for it at times. It is during these times, that I look towards scripture to make the pain go away. It always helps. No pills needed for my emotional pain.

These scripture verses really helped me out this week:

" Then you will know that I am the Lord. Those who hope in me will not be disappointed." Isaiah 49:23

"See, I am doing a new thing!" Isaiah 49:19

"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose" Romans 8:28

"All thing are possible to who believes" Mark 9:23

"But blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in him" Jeremiah 17:7

I want to end this post today by sharing a picture of me at my monthly infusion. Well, just my hand hooked up to the IV. This is one of the things I am to deal with. This is how I get one of my medications for my RA. As you can see, I brought my book, A Confident Heart. My nurse asked me what I was reading. I showed her and told her I was doing a Bible study on it with a bunch of "friends". She smiled and said it was nice that I had such a good group of friends. Granted I don't know any of you ladies outside the internet, but that is ok.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

My son at the fair

Here is a picture of Matt that I took while we were at the fair a couple of weeks ago. The sun was in his eyes, that's why he is squinting. Love playing with Picmonkey to get the picture spiffed up a little.

Just a short post today. I have an infusion later on at 10am (its midnight here now) and those make me tired. Hubby is also going on a trip next week, so we are spending as much time with him as we can till he leaves.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Dinner Plans 10/14 ~ 10/20

Monday ~ Ham Steaks, Mashed Potatoes Green Beans

Tuesday ~ Cube Steak, Rice Pilaf, Carrots

Wednesday ~ Chicken Cacciatore, Garlic Bread

Thursday ~ Matt is cooking, still deciding on what to cook.

Friday ~ Beef Stew, Fresh Baked Bread

Saturday ~ Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots

Sunday ~ Fish Fingers & Chips

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Fall decorating around the homestead.

I love this time of year. Autumn is my favorite season. I love the colors, the smells, the food, and the cooler crisp weather.

A few weeks ago, I gathered up all my corn stalks into 9 piles and tied them up and stood them up against our shed to dry. People sell these darn things for like 7.00 a bundle around here. I just used mine from the garden. They were going to get thrown away anyway.

I took those stalks and used them to decorate my deck and the flower garden next to the deck. Now that the mums are in full bloom (and there are a ton of blooms on the plants), it looks so pretty.

The beginning of the ramp up the deck I put more stalks and a couple of scarecrows I found at our local craft store.

I love the crow. There is also a bunch of pumpkins around the railings. Two of them are from my garden (the only pumpkins that made it) and the rest are bought. I also have mums planted in each of the window boxes on the deck railings. Now I just need to put my big grill/smoker away for the winter.

Apple Pie in a Bag

I have or had a ton of apples. I love apple pie, but don't have the pie plates to store the pies in the freezer. I saw this idea over at Hickory Holler Farm blog and thought it was perfect. This is my recipe for making my apple pie filling.

6 cups apples, peeled, cored and sliced
3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1 tbsp. flour
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp ground nutmeg
1/8 tsp salt

Mix everything but the apples in a small bowl. Add to the sliced apples and mix well.

I'll admit that I stole a couple of slices of apples like this. Soo yummy!

Once mixed, label and add to a gallon sized freezer bag. Freeze until ready to cook.

When you are ready to make a pie, simple thaw in either your fridge over night or on the counter for about an hour. Add to your pie plate lined with crust. Sprinkle some lemon juice and dot with butter. Add remaining crust on the top and bake at 425°F. To prevent over browning of the edges of the pie, cover the edges in foil. Bake the pie for 20 minutes, then remove the foil and bake another 25 minutes or until the top is golden brown.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

A Confident Heart Online Bible Study With P31

A couple of months ago, when I had  started on my path back to Christ, I came upon the Proverbs 31 website. They offer free online Bible studies, devotions, and a radio program. Seeing how I am not ready to attend church, after getting burned badly at my old church 20 years ago, doing something online sounded perfect.

When I found this site, the had already started a study, so I waited to do the next one. The study sounded perfect for me. I am constantly doubting everything in my life. My hubby calls me doom and gloom at times. Lovingly of course, but it still bugs me.

I got the book and flipped through it. I know it is perfect and will help me a lot. I can't wait till Sunday, when the study starts. Every week, there is a blog hop, so you will see me posting once a week about the study and the book.

Hope you will join me as I go through the book and help deal with my doubt. If you are doing the study and came here from the blog hop, welcome.

On to this weeks topic:

This is my very first Bible study of any kind. I signed up to help me to get closer to God and to help me deal with my issues. I am looking forward to the insight and help that the many readers and leaders will offer as well as what Christ opens up to me. I am also looking forward to making lots of new friends from all over the world.

Monday, October 7, 2013

My Weekly Goals

I got most of my goals done last week. I still have yet to do anything with the homeschool books I need to sell. Some were never used and others were only used for one year. I think one of the reasons I haven't done anything with them is it finalizes the fact that we no longer homeschool Matt. I miss those days, but I know it would be very hard for me to do now with my RA.

I had to head down to the Apple store to see if I can get Matt's ipod fixed. The nearest store to me is 45 minutes away in Massachusetts. It was no big deal to go down there honestly. Unfortunately, the ipod was not able to be fixed. Something wrong with the insides, basically the motherboard, but I don't think it has a motherboard. Kinda ticked off about this because the ipod is only about 2 years old and cost me almost $400.00.

I also hit the Container Store while there. I needed to get some bins and dividers for a dvd project I am planning for this week.

 I took advantage of being down in Peabody to make an emergency appointment to see my primary doctor. I may live in NH, but my doctor is still down in MA. I have been with her since I was 18 and don't want to change, not unless she retires or dies. You can read all about why I had to make the appointment at my other blog, Homesteading With RA.

The yard sale stuff also got packed up and put into our storage room to sell in the spring. I hate having the extra clutter around the house, so it is all put away.

We use to use a side board or breakfast bar as a tv stand. We need something that has a clearance underneath it because of the intake vent on the floor for the heat/ac. When we splurged and got a bigger tv, we had to buy a new tv stand. That took me a bit to find, but I managed it. Instead of putting the bar into storage or selling it, I put it in the kitchen to divide the eat in nook area from the kitchen area. It does make it a little bit smaller and tight, but once the corner table and benches are out of there, it will be nicer. Plus having the extra storage and counter space is very nice.

Now, onto this weeks goals.

1. Quilt baby blanket. My brothers wife is expecting their second child in December. It's a girl, something our family lacks. Each of us seemed to have one girl and then bunches of boys. I saw a cute panel at Walmart for a quilt top. It has 3 butterflies on it, plenty of pink and it is the perfect size for a crib. I have it all put together, just need to hand quilt it. I am praying that my hands will let me. Right now my left thumb is super sore and stiff and I can't move it much.

2. Organize the dvd collection. We have a ton of dvd's and blue rays. Currently they take up 4 shelves of a big bookshelf that is in our living room. I need the room in the bookshelf for books, so I went to the Container Store and bought 4 fabric bins for the dvd's. I also bought a ton of paper sleeves to put the dvd's in, that way I can toss out the big cases. I also have alphabetic dividers so that I can put all the movies in abc order.

3. Hand pictures on the wall. I have 4 large Thomas Kincade pictures, 2 are paintings and 2 are lithographs. Right now they are wrapped in bubble wrap and in a corner of the living room. Well, our kitten, Abby, has discovered that bubble wrap makes noise when popped, so she is constantly after the pictures. Time to put them up on the wall. It's only been 3 1/2 years anyway. LOL

4. Get vertical blinds for living room and kitchen. Abby has totally destroyed our mini blinds. She has a little square cut out of one of the front window blinds so that she can peak out and see us pull into the driveway. Not to mention she has attempted to climb them. Sooo, I need to get something that will not get destroyed by the "terror" as she is called at times.

5. Organize bed room bookshelves and books on the floor on my side of the bed. I have love books and have them all over the house. Most of them are in piles next to my side of the bed. So when I finish with the dvd's, I can put those books on the bookshelf and organize the books on the shelves in my room.

Blog Hops and Parties

This is a list of all the blog hops and parties that I link to every week.







Dinner Plans 10/7 - 10/13

Monday ~ Cheeseburgers, Chips (Matt is cooking dinner tonight)

Tuesday ~ Tuna Noodle Casserole

Wednesday ~ Baked Ziti, Garlic Bread

Thursday ~ Ground Beef Stroganoff

Friday ~ Stuffed Chicken Breasts, Mashed Potatoes, Corn

Saturday ~ Ham Steaks, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans

Sunday ~ Chicken Cacciatore

Linked up to Meal Plan Monday at

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Monthly Plans for October


  • Homemade Apple Sauce
  • Homemade Apple Butter
  • Winter Squash
  • Pumpkins
  • Chowders
  • Casseroles
  • Maple Leaf Cookies
  • Cider Doughnuts
  • Homemade Dehydrated Apples
  • Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
  • Roasted Sunflower Seeds
  • Mulled Apple Cider
  • Halloween Candy :o)

  • Plant garlic for spring harvest
  • Plant spring flower bulbs
  • Turn garden under and prep for spring
  • Take down garden trellis and towers
  • Harvest beans and sunflowers for seeds
  • Decorate porch for fall with dried corn stalks
  • Final grass cutting of the year

  • Cool nights and warm days
  • Leaves show their true colors
  • Canadian Geese Hoking and flying away
  • Cranberry Harvest time
  • Woolly Bear caterpillars 
  • Acorns falling from trees
  • Leaves fall from trees
  • Squirrels and chipmunks storing nuts
  • Full Hunter's Moon (26)

Fun Holidays
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  • Domestic Violence Awareness Month
  • National Diabetes Month
  • National Pizza Month
  • Sarcastic Month
  • National Popcorn Popping Month
  • Name Your Car Day (2)
  • Do Something Nice Day (5)
  • International Frugal Fun Day (5)
  • Mad Hatter Day (6)
  • Fire Prevention Day (9)
  • Take Your Teddy Bear To Work Day (11)
  • Columbus Day (14)
  • National Dessert Day (14)
  • National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day (21)
  • Punk For a Day Day (25)
  • World Pasta Day (25)
  • Make a Difference Day (26)
  • National Candy Corn Day (30)
  • Halloween (31)
  • Carve a Pumpkin Day (31)
Family Fun
  • Carve Pumpkins
  • Roast Pumpkin Seeds
  • Trick or Treating
  • Leaf Peeping Nature Walk
  • Begin working on homemade Christmas gifts
  • Make homemade coca mix
  • Decorate for Fall and Halloween

Friday, October 4, 2013

Canning Talley

Canning and Harvest Talley 2013

20 pints tomato sauce
2 quarts potatoes
8 pints corn
6 pints dill pickle spears
5 pints bread & butter pickles
21 pints green beans
7 pints apple sauce
5 half pints apple butter
5 quarts frozen bell peppers
2 quarts frozen summer squash cubes
4 quarts frozen zucchini cubes
5 quarts frozen zucchini slices
3 quarts frozen shredded zucchini
1 1/2 gallon frozen strawberries
2 quarts frozen fruit salsa
1 quart frozen loose corn
2 single serving frozen snap pea
1 1/2 quart frozen cubes of parsley
1/2 pint dehydrated parsley
7 packs of 6 frozen ears of corn
1 quart frozen blueberries
1 quart frozen broccoli
3 quarts frozen shredded cabbage

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Dinner Plans 9/30 - 10/6

Monday ~ Hamburger and Sausage Pizza

Tuesday ~ Chicken Noodle Soup

Wednesday ~ Spaghetti & Meatballs, Garlic Bread

Thursday ~ Chicken Thighs, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans

Friday ~ Mac & Cheese, Hot Dogs, Baked Beans

Saturday ~ Fish Fingers & Chips

Sunday ~ Tuna Noodle Casserole

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