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Meal Plan Monday- ( Dinner and Snacks) Week of 2/29/6

Over the weekend I found great sale on chicken at Stop and Shop, $.88/lb.  I also managed to get a great deal on frozen turkey breast, $ .99/lb. It may sound strange, but I have never actually made roast chicken before. I usually just buy the frozen chicken breasts.  I hope it turns out well, and the family likes it. I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

Here is my plan of action for dinner this week. I’m hoping to score some favorites this week.  

Dinner Plan

Monday-Roast Chicken and Vegetables
Tuesday- Spaghetti and meatballs and salad
Wednesday- Chicken quesadillas and corn
Thursday- Sandwiches (made to order)
Friday- Goulash
Saturday- Pizza


1 pound ground beef
1 small onion chopped
 1 can diced tomatoes drained
1lb box macaroni cooked

Saut√© onion, brown ground beef, combines with macaroni, and diced tomatoes.  Salt and pepper to taste. Yield 6-8 servings

After School Snacks

Monday- Watermelon
Tuesday- Clementine slices
Wednesday- Popcorn
Thursday- Banana pudding cups

Friday- Apple slices


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The lightning flashed, and thunder crashed as it poured . I was trying to help my oldest daughter finish her homework assignment. My four year old, who was supposed to be sleeping, came running back out to the living room. "Will the lights go out," she wondered. My oldest daughter chimed in, what if one of our trees falls down? What if it falls on the house? " I prayed for them, for safety in the storm, and gave them a flashlight. After  while the storm dissipated enough and I was able to get them to go to sleep.

After they went to bed, I thought about the storms in my life and how I often react to them in  similar way with anxiety and worry. I know that Jesus has the ability to control the storm, it is that I need to trust Him more fully in every area of my life.

~Cast all of your care upon Him for He cares for you. I Peter 5:7.