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Menu Plan Monday: June 9-15, 2008 / I’m HOME!!

It sure does–especially since I haven’t cooked in OVER two weeks!  Wow!!  This has got to be a record for me.  As you can figure out, we’re HOME.   Oh, the yummy, sweet feeling of home!

Now that we managed to unload the car and get everything in the house (a major feat) and start Mt. Laundry excavation, I probably should think about menu planning.  

Monday: beans and rice (I’ve missed them!)

Tuesday: chicken, + fettucini alfredo, steamed broccoli

Wednesday: Italian

Thursday: porkchops, healthy salad, 

Friday: eat out

Sat: left overs

Sunday: grill fish, veggies, rice

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More stuff from the trip

While we were on this tremendous journey out east, we got to see my DH’s family in Connecticut.  These great looking kids all are cousins.  There are a few cousins that are days apart.  The CT grandparents have 12 grandchildren altogether–only the St. Louis cousins are missing.  The 2 smallest ones on the left are the Vermont cousins, and the 3 that form a triangle in the middle are the CT cousins.  All the rest are the IL cousins (our kids!) 


Cousins’ home view of the CT landscape! 

#familynews #menuplanning

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