Monday, September 19, 2011
Saturday, September 10, 2011
I have tried this blogging thing for a while, and I have decided I really do not know what I am doing. There are millions of blogs out there, I kind of question what on earth do I have to offer anyone that is new. I mean I do not create my own recipes (my husband can whip up a meal from whatever we have, but I have to have directions), I am not an extremely organized person (even though I read every organizing blog I can find). I am not a creative thinker. I am very aspie (for those who do not know that is Aspergers Syndrome) I can not tell you that I have it, but I can tell you that I have at least three relatives that do. I would think some of my personality traits would lead me to believe that I am at least somewhat affected by the disorder.
I am not anything special, I am not particularly humorous. I do not stand out in a crowd. I am not one for doing something for recognition, if I put my time and effort into I generally do it for just the sheer enjoyment.
So what can I possibly post about that can be of any interest to anyone else but me? Good question. I mean I have had readers who have been to this blog, so someone is reading, but I am guessing they are just here for the meal plans (which I have been doing, just not posting) but other than that, does anyone really care what I have to say? I am just curious. I will look at any comments and see if anyone is interested. So I want to know.....what do you want to read about? What interests you?
Tell me :)
Saturday, August 27, 2011
My husband kicked me out today and told me to go do something that I wanted to do..... then he posed a very pointed question.....
"Do you know how to do that? I mean, I don't want you to go run errands and do things you need to do, go do something you want to do.". Well I sat down at the kitchen table, looked at my coupons and gift certificates that I had, thought of the things I needed to do:
- pick up a rental violin for my daughter who is starting orchestra
- pick up new jeans for my oldest girl who just seems to keep growing
- get laundry detergent at Target, since none of my grocery stores seem to stock it anymore
- figure out what to make for dinner and pick it up
- go by and pick up printer ink
- oh and pick up popsicles for the sick one
Thursday, August 18, 2011
It's a showdown.....Word Press Vs. Blogger!
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Sometimes your family has to divide and conquer to have fun. Today we split in two groups. The older kids took off with my husband to enjoy all the city had to offer. I, however decided to stay close to home, do some grocery shopping, purchasing a new router (boring) and such. I spent the first few hours of Saturday cleaning house, now we can all relax tomorrow and watch the race. It should be a great day!
Thursday, August 11, 2011
It is just like one note, which I loved, but I could never get it to sync right and since I had the 2007 version I couldn't update it on the go. Evernote solves it all!
I have an android phone, an ipad, and a laptop. It has a version for each of my devices as well as a web based application and a desktop version for my PC. I can sync this anywhere. I can also share my notebooks with anyone I choose. They can edit the notebooks or be granted read only access (with Premium membership).
Most people will be just fine with the regular free account, but since I use it for work as well I find the file attachments feature (any type with premium, pdf's and photos are allowed with free) invaluable.
Want to find out about it watch a great video here:
I have already started a Christmas notebook so when I see something I can take a picture and add a note (directly from my phone) and there is no guessing or trying to remember. This is one of the best organizational tools that i have seen in a LONG time.
Saturday, August 6, 2011
I promised my husband that I would not write specifics about my family. So for the most part this blog has stayed pretty innocuous. I have thought about writing about the struggles that my family has to maintain balance and sanity. But for now I will just keep this kind of general.....This weekend I am working on a couple of things:
A. Relaxing, school starts on Monday and I need to be mentally and physically ready.
B. Getting my ducks in a row. I have four kids that I need to have on a schedule and things ready for the new school year.
So how do I do that? Here you go:
First of all, our "chores" have changed because we have less time to get them done. I have used program after program on my android and my ipad. I still keep going back and forth to find a great option. I had been using cozi.com but then I decided that I can't copy and paste an entire list to that. So I am still working on which program I will use, but for now it will be home routines. I downloaded this app over six months ago and even though I love my android because it is on me all of the time and I do not use my ipad as much, this is still hands down the best program I have found to manage my lists and my kids list. I can email them to the kids and I can also get them to copy and paste the entire list in their home routines in just two steps.
Next thing is meal planning. I have been using Plan To Eat for over a year now. While I like it, I disliked the fact that I could not import recipes from blogs. They have worked on it and it is better but still not great in my opinion. It is time to renew my membership. $40.00 is a big chunk for me, so I am wondering if I will renew or not. I am going to do a test trial with Big Oven again. I downloaded that program a few years ago. Even though it is not as pretty as plan to eat, it is significantly cheaper. I am also looking at Allrecipes. I would really like to have nutritional information. Big Oven automatically calculates the nutritional information. Probably the only thing I really don't like about Plan to Eat. Still thinking about this one.
I have established google calendars for all of the kids. At the beginning of the week I print out a calendar for each one of them so they know what they have to do each week. Then I put the information on the large calendar in the kitchen. We have a wonderful calendar that I purchase each year from More Times Moms. They have great customer service. One year they changed where they put the holes for the calendar and I called them, they refunded my purchase price. This will be the fourth year I have purchased a calendar from them. I love it!
Ok so that is what I have started so far, I will finish up the laundry this weekend and will be ready to start school on Monday!
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
When I downloaded the new menu plan this week I realized my family wouldn't eat a single meal on the plan. I started with the Publix meal plan on Wednesday and I said, nope nothing on there, so I will wait for the Kroger plan on Sunday, and it was very similar (which tells me at this point I won't need both). So there I was on Sunday with no plan.... :(
So we have been winging it....
Monday - Spaghetti, Texas Toast
Tuesday - BBQ Chicken, Beans, Mac n Cheese and Garden Salad
Wednesday - Stuffed Shells with Sauce, Caesar Salad
Thursday - Slow Cooker Dump and Go Cheesy Chicken, Rice and Green Beans
Friday - Pizza Night
Saturday - Taco Twist Bake, Salad
Sunday - A1 Pork Chops, Green Beans and Mashed Potatoes
Find this plan over on Orgjunkie.com
Thursday, July 21, 2011
I have been conducting a little experiment this week with e-mealz.com. So far so good. The dish I made the last night was another big hit. So not only is it easy to follow but it is also good.
So here is my break down so far:
Easy to read and follow recipes (the entire weeks recipes are on one page!)
So far everyone likes everything on the menu
It made my shopping trip quick and easy
You can search on the internet for a coupon code to get a discount on your meal plan!
The portions are not big enough for my family, so I have to adjust
Condiments are not included in the shopping list and some of the things they consider condiments I would not (i.e. hamburger buns)
I have to substitute healthier items (low sodium broths and soups, etc), I know that they do this to keep the price down, so I choose to use the more expensive item to be a bit healthier.
All in all I really like this site. Because I have two stores I shop at I now have 14 meals to choose from for my family, the shopping lists are ready to go, I just take my coupon binder and hit the road!
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
We are working on changing our world a little at a time. My children are each picking a project that we will engage in as a family. Each child picks one month. Last month we worked on the tornado relief in Joplin. We have friends and family there so it was an obvious choice that was close to our hearts. Our daughter spearheaded a drive at her school and then took the supplies to Joplin. This month our son has chosen to help package meals for delivery to terminally ill patients. Next week we will load up in our van and set out to package meals for three hours. He picked it on his own. Next month another son wants to help our local animal shelter out by getting donations from his classroom. We have to run that by the school administration but I am sure that they will allow it. Even if he just gets his friends to participate and bring in old towels it will help a few dogs that otherwise would not have any bedding. We also found a great doggie biscuit recipe that we will make at home.
As I have mentioned before I love the site Pebble Tossers. They log in and they look for their own project. We talk about it and then we schedule it. It creates a ripple, hopefully our children will continue to carry this on long after they move out.
So how are YOU going to create a small ripple today?
Monday, July 18, 2011
So my first meal score - A+
Now I have just downloaded the new Kroger shopping list for this week and printed it out with the current Publix meal plan. Since I had just done a meat run at Sam's, I do not have to buy as much meat for this week. I did check out the prices on the sheets and found there are somethings that I can get cheaper at Kroger (from the Publix lists) and vice versa. So I have highlighted what I need from each list and I will venture out today to try my luck. Overall I am excited about this. I got the menu plan done and the shopping list completed in about 15 minutes. Normally it takes me at least an hour. Now not everything that I have on here if from their list and I am not posting recipes. I had substitutions because of things I had already purchased and since this is an effort to save money, I am going to use them. :)
I am ready for my week!
Here is the Plan -
Monday - Pork Chops, Mac n Cheese (because I have some in the pantry, not on menu) Beans
Tuesday - Teryaki Burgers, Baked potatoes, Corn
Wednesday - Pot Roast and Vegetables
Thursday - Tortellini Carbona, Salad, Garlic Bread
Friday - Bahamian Tuna, Shoepeg Corn Casserole, Rolls
Saturday - Steak Salad, Rolls
Sunday - Quiche
As usual find this over at- Orgjunkie.com
This week Menu Plan Monday is being hosted by Finding Joy in My Kitchen
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Friday, July 15, 2011
Down south we used to say that it was so hot, but now it seems that heat has swept across the country. Our heat indexes have been over 100, and yes we know we should expect heat, but it has been brutal over the past few weeks.
So the weather is giving us a break today, a high of 83. So I am going to try and have a productive day in the office without AC. We will see.
An update on my goals from the other day.......Thanks to Life As Mom for reminding me I can start a new year anytime.
1. I have not kept a good food diary. I have tried on my phone, I have tried on paper, just can't seem to get that down. Either I do not have the phone with me or the paper with me when I am eating, or I just can't commit. Can't really figure that one out yet.
2. I have not exercised. Terrible I know, but I have vacuumed the entire house. Vacuuming here is not easy. We have two dogs who shed and several birds (one that is very messy). I am guessing I haven't felt that great due to the heat, but I also think I probably had a touch of something this week.
3. I did make the music mix. I love my android. My music sits on my hip. I get tons of work down around the house, but just haven't made it on the bike. :(*
4. Taking time for me- I have done pretty good on that front. Here I am at 6:29 taking time out. I played my favorite little ipad game (pocket frogs) and I feel pretty relaxed. I carry alot of stress with me, some self imposed........
So 2 out of 4, I guess that is not so bad. I think I will still have the same goals (minus the music) for next week. I will add one more......getting my Household notebook finished.
1. Food Diary
2. Exercise 15 minutes a day (changing this to M-W-F-SU) Four times a week should start me out on my goal :)
3. Finish up Household notebook (I am still deciding HOW to set this up, either digitally or in my notebook.) And I know that a Household Notebook is an ever changing thing. I just need to decide HOW I am going to do it :)
So there you go. This weekend I am looking at new meal planning services. While I love my Plantoeat.com subscription I still like to look at other options out there.
Have a great Friday!
Sunday, July 10, 2011
You have to start with simple goals. Before I know what I have to change about my diet, I need to know what I am eating. I know I have a menu plan, but I am a grazer. And then there is portion control (or lack of it). So right now I am as heavy as I have ever been in my life. (well beside when I was pregnant) so it is time to shape up. I have the tools now I just need to use them. I try to use Sparkpeople.com. I mean how silly is this...... I have access on my android phone, my ipad and my computer, yet I can't even enter in how much water I drink per day or how much I weigh. Simple goal number 1: write down how much water I drink and what I eat for five days.
Next, I do NOT exercise. There were some sites that used to count housework as exercise. Maybe there is a reason that spark people does not. It is inconsistent and varied. So next simple goal. 15 minutes of exercise a day. I have a wii (with an exercise program) and I have pay per view that has free exercise videos. I also have a stationery bike and a treadmill. Certainly I can start small. So scheduling that 15 mintues is a must.
Small goal number 3. Make a playlist of music that is 15 minutes long that will get me moving. I will do two different ones so I don't listen to the same thing everyday.
Finally smalll goal number 4. Really take 15 more minutes a day just for me. Seems simple enough, but I never afford myself that luxury. Not that it is not given in my house, just that I do not take it.
After I follow these small goals for a week I need to decide on my next action plan. I have a few resources that I will be looking at this week so I can start following something.
Flylady - Body Clutter (I have the book and the companion journal), I am trying to find some others to do this with......they also have a daily sheet to make it easier....
I also have Ellie Krieger's Small Changes Big Results book, I joined her website before but is was expensive in my opinion.
Oh decisions decisions!
1. Log my foods and water for one week
2. Exercise for 15 mintues a day
3. Make a playlist for exercise time
4. Take 15 minutes for me.
Dinner - Beef Brisket (adapted from Paula Dean's Receipe) We added additional Garlic Powder and Cavendars seasoning.
Beer Can Chicken
Tacos / Taco Salad
Friday, June 10, 2011
This blog has suffered from my lack attention. I have been focused on other issues in my life recently and have been overwhelmed with trying to keep up with it all.
So I have been taking care of myself. I cleaned my house more than I had been able o in the past. I hung pictures, I have lived here for five years and although we have hung some things together I never took initiative to just do it on my own.
So I am hoping to settle back into a regular routine. With school getting out and part of the family being gone and the other part being on vacation. I am finding some sort of peace. And I intend to keep it.
Thursday, June 2, 2011
There will be need for months. I have been to this city many times and it is a lovely place. I spent a week there for vacation last year. We just walked around town, ate at cool diners and just took a break from the hectic life we have.
Joplin will rebuild!
Why can't they just leave some things for the rest of us to buy? Why clean the shelves when you can't possibly use them.....
Monday, May 30, 2011
My menu plan may change this week. Part of my family is helping with Tornado relief and I am not sure when they are coming back. So I am only planning for part of my family. Trying things that I think the ones who are out of town may not like.
Please run over to Meal Plan Monday at Orgjunkie. I find lots of ideas from all of these wonderful people. :)
Monday - Memorial Day - Dinner with Family
Tuesday - Captain Crunch Chicken, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes
Wednesday - Left overs
Thursday - Crockpot Beef and Peppers
Friday - Taco Twist Bake
Saturday - Blackberry BBQ Dump Chicken, salad, kraft Mac n Cheese
Sunday - Melt in Your Mouth Meatloaf, Green Bean Casserole, Rosemary Potatoes
Sunday, May 29, 2011
I am sitting and watching the Joplin Memorial Service on CNN. My confession....I miss my husband terribly. He is there providing aid for those devestated by this tornado. Friends and family homes have been leveled and some have nothing left. A friend fit everything that could be salvaged from her house in her trunk.
My confession: It kills me not to be with my husband right now, but I have other kids who are coming home and I have responsibilites here.
Stay Strong Joplin!
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
For the last week my air conditioner has been out. Now normally not a big deal but it has been in the 90's here this week. We still have the air conditioner downstairs, but there is nothing where we sleep. That in itself would have probably given me a wonderful excuse to be gripy and in a possible bad mood. But as I realized Sunday night that there was an air conditioning issue we also started getting text messages from facebook from our friends. Their entire town was gone. In the blink of an eye their lives were forever changed. Suddenly the air conditioner didn't seem like a big deal anymore.
|photo from: dailymail.co.uk|
I haven't been really active on the blog lately. I am not a writer by trade and my life sometimes seems beyond hectic, but I do try. My family is re-evaluating several things in our life, and this is something I have to do. Our diet is hit or miss, and sometimes we are passing ships. Time is precious, so are your loved ones.
If you do read this I beg you to help. It doesn't have to be monetarily, you can donate old clothes, you can give blood, you can volunteer your time. This can be a great family activity. Getting everyone involved can bring your family closer. Anything and everything helps, even if you can't help those who have been affected by the tornadoes you can still help locally. Three people lost their lives in the Atlanta area last night. Sometimes we have to help in our own backyard. There are always ways and places to help.
Giving to others gives great joy to the soul.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
Monday - Potato Bar
Tuesday - Taco Twist Bake
Wednesday - TBD
Thursday - Ultimate Creamy Beef Stroganoff
Friday - Dinner Out
Saturday - Rueben Sandwiches
Sunday - TBD
We do not have our kids for most of the week and since it is a REALLY busy week at work I am not going to stress myself out with trying to plan everything. We have award cermonies this week and the last day of school so it is a strange week. I am looking forward to having more time next week since the kids will be here to help.
Have a great week everyone!
Please check out the links at Orgjunkie.com! It helps me plan my menus when I have no idea what to do :)
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Today, for the first time I am flogging from my Android. Now I am a typist not really a tester but since we are outside I thought I would give it a try. My confession for the week.....can't really think of anything in particular, except right now I would love to be sitting on the couch, but it is a pretty day and my husband is pruning the roses and we are about to put in a plant he bought for me. We have been on the hunt for a Carolina Sweet shrub. I had one in my yard as a child and he searched and brought it home yesterday.
He is a real sweetie :)
Have a wonderful Sunday everyone!
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Friday, May 13, 2011
I have been spending a lot of time looking at coupon sites lately. I was looking at coupon mom and liked the idea of using free coupons for charity items. So I took the two coupons from this past Sundays paper that are supposed to be free and I am planning to go to the store tomorrow and get these free items and start a box for a shelter program.
Then I started checking other blogs and websites, and I found something interesting.....people are really angry about these extreme couponers. I just switched over to a binder from my little coupon caddy on Mother's Day. I still haven't entered all of my coupons into my coupon program on the ipad, nor have I organized them all. It has been a REALLY busy week. I only clip coupons on things we use. I do not get extreme amounts of items (even though there are six of us) because I do not have anywhere to put it (I mean I could put it in the basement, but then I will forget and what is the point of that......)I do not want my child to have 4000 rolls of toilet paper under his bed, and I have no desire to have a shelf of canned goods in my bedroom. My bedroom has enough clutter in it without adding food.
So I expect to save around 100.00 a month through my watching sales and clipping coupons. I do it while I watch tv. I do not go out of my way to empty the shelf (ok last week gatorade was on sale and I bought 15, but they had tons!). I am glad they have found a way to spend very little money on groceries, but how many papers do they have to buy? How many hours do they take out of their day to do this? Right now this is something I enjoy, if it becomes too much like work then I will find it more trouble than it is worth.
There are two sites that I went to this week that I found interesting....
http://www.couponmom.com/ I visited this site several years ago and decided that the way she did couponing was not for me. I think I might be changing my mind. Not for my family but to use for charity. She has great lists and it seemed a bit confusing to me at first but I downloaded her ebooks and it became a bit clearer. Now I have a section for cut coupons in my binder and full circulars.
The next web site I visited was http://thekrazycouponlady.com/. I ended up on her site because of the charity ideas. She does a great job on her blog showing you pictures of what she does. She was on extreme couponing but I did not see that episode.
Finally, I love facebook, I can catch up in just a few mintues on most of the blogs that I subscribe to in my reader and I get to see what my friends are up to. So I saw a post this morning from Pebbletossers.org for the food drive this weekend. http://www.helpstampouthunger.com/ I will be cleaning out my pantry either tomorrow night or Saturday morning and getting rid of all those things that are still in date but my family won't touch. It will feel good to declutter my pantry while helping others in the process.
Well I hope that this week starts winding down for us, and all of you too!
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
I have assigned each child a month that they will be in charge of selecting the family community service project. We will be starting this in June. Wish us luck!
It is important to teach our children about giving back, they never know when they might be in the position of being the recipient of some else's kindness.
Sunday, May 8, 2011
I sit and spend lots of time planning menus. And then unfortunately I have not been very good at following through on some goals I set out for myself this year. This blog, being one of them.
I am going to TRY to spend this week focusing on follow through. At work, and at home. Since it is Mother's Day, I am just writing a short note.
Happy Mother's Day to all of the moms out there.
Friday, May 6, 2011
About two weeks ago I got a new phone. An android. Now I have been a fan of google for a long time. I use google apps, google health, love their new recipe search and probably a million other things (like blogger...lol). So I have been trying to figure out what works best for me, apps on my ipad or apps on my android. Now I have an OLD ipad (yes I got it in September and it is already outdated) and it does not have a camera. Most of the grocery list programs have those new scanners which I love and hate. Even with my phone it is near impossible to get it to scan something. I do not have 20 minutes to put mac and cheese into my phone. Still all in all it is a nice feature. I have an app on my ipad that I love for my coupons, but lets face it, the ipad is big and sometimes it is nice to carry it on your hip. So I have downloaded every free list and grocery program that I have come across so far for my andriod.
So, this weekend is mother's day. I am going to organize my coupons, write on my blog and relax. Just take care of myself a little.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Friday, April 29, 2011
Here it is. I have not been on my blog in almost two weeks. An event affected me greatly and then life just rolled right over me. My husband brought up the fact that this is one of the ways I hold myself accountable, but I haven't been, have I?
So I know it is Thursday, and I should be featuring the site of the week. The only site I have been on this week is for work, no one wants to hear about that. I mean it is a fantastic site, but alas, it is boring. So I decided to start up with toilet paper.
Toilet paper. We only use one kind in our house. Charmin Extra Soft. That has not changed in years. What has changed is the size of the rolls.
So I now have to go to the store to buy more toilet paper even though I have a huge package at home. You see, I can't fit it in my toilet paper holder in the bathroom (it is the silver canister on the bottom) and it will not even fit in my roll. It does fit downstairs and in the kids bath, but today I had to just hold my toilet paper. Very weird to say the least.
I tried to start a price book. To compare prices on things I buy the most. But the toilet paper confused me. I mean I only buy one kind but there are sooooo many different variation on roll size. I looked it up on the web and it just amazed me. You don't know how much you are spending on toilet paper because you have no idea what you are buying. Today I went to Sam's and got family rolls. Now I have bought mega rolls, giant rolls, regular rolls, but never family rolls.
At this point I believe they keep changing this just to confuse us.
Now I have spent more time pondering the size of toilet paper rolls, and oddly enough most people may not care. (Honestly neither did I until I couldn't fit it on my dispenser). So why all this rambling over toilet paper?
Because I can! Happy Friday everyone!
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Happy Easter everyone. I will see you Monday with a new meal plan!
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
And then my day went on.......
I came home early from work to finish working from home......nope, my Internet was down. (Internet was fine router was killed in the recent storm) After an hour of reconfiguring and restarting the network in our home was back up. Then we move to my brand new phone. The wonderful Evo 4g from sprint. Can I tell you how many cuss words I used in a 30 minute period? No since it was well into the hundreds I should probably keep that to myself. I purchased the phone on Friday and now it has a mind of its own and we do NOT agree. So I am waiting for my fabulous sprint representative to be at work tomorrow at noon to replace this malfunctioning piece of dung for one that actually works.
My daughter informed me today that her friends' (twins) father passed away on Monday and she would like to go to his funeral tomorrow to support her friends. Now coming from a 13 year old that is very mature. We spent our evening shopping for clothing for her to wear tomorrow. So even though my day started out with a shock and continued with everything electrical that I touched breaking, I should not complain. There is a wonderful family that lost a wonderful man. A great provider, a loving husband and an outstanding father. My petty complaints have no room to be voiced when such a great tragedy has occurred.
I am sitting here with my daughter looking over my shoulder as I type this (first time for everything) and I must admit that anything that I went through today pales in comparison. I am thankful for each day I am given and each time I can check in on this blog. Who knows what each day holds. So live each day like it were your last.
Love like you have never loved before. Be kind to those who need it the most. Put your own problems in perspective.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
I just purchased a package of ebooks. In that collection was a book called Gratitude Journal. You can print it out and write in there. It is $5.99 but if you like this format it might be a good one for you. If you like Ipad or Ipod you can get search for gratitude or you can just get a free journal on ipad or ipod. You can go buy a calendar at the dollar store or even just use a cheap note pad.
I do not think it matters what form you use to write down what you are thankful or grateful for, I just think it is important to record it. We are working on our geneology right now. My husband's grandmother passed away a while back, but a couple of years before she did he interviewed her and asked her all kinds of questions. He is very grateful that he has those now. So wouldn't it be great if later in life your children and grandchildren found the things that YOU were truely grateful for. What a wonderful gift, for them to know a part of you!
Sunday, April 10, 2011
This week, everyone is back so we will be eating at home this week. On Monday we will be going to celebrate our oldest daughters birthday.
Monday: Out to Dinner
Tuesday: Tater Tot Casserole
Wedneday: Eric Ripert's Carbonara / Salad
Thursday Paprika Chicken with Sour Cream Sauce
Friday: Crockpot Blue Cheese and Steak Roll Ups / baked potato
Saturday: Tuna Noodle Casserole
Sunday: Shepherd's Pie
Breakfast Selections this week:
Baked Peanut Butter Oatmeal
Asparagus, Candian Bacon and Cheese Fritata
Morning Rise and Dine Cups
Please visit all of these wonderful recipes. Many are directing you to new blogs for you to enjoy.
Run over to Orgjunkie.com for other great meal plans!
Friday, April 8, 2011
Have a great weekend everyone!
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Wednesday, April 6, 2011