Before I launch into the excuses and work at hand. . .let me share with you some of the images from yesterday's Easter festivities at my mom's house.
There were pretty dyed eggs
A fantastic feast
Eggs hidden low
Hidden well (ones hidden better couldn't be photographed without revealing their location)
And even a special golden prize egg
Before long, the eggs were emptied of their contents and it was time for me to go home.
It was a happy, colorful day!
Now, it's back to the grind.
This week is full of all kinds of craziness since the nieces are on Spring Break AND it's their birthday week. So I've got some special time planned with each of them through the week. In addition, they both have a doctor's appointment that I will take them to. I'll be spending more time in my car this week than anywhere. Sigh. As such, I can't promise any regular posting this week.
I will be working on the craft room in my spare time (what little there is). And hope to have a little bit of an update for you by the end of the week.
A menu was planned, but I know it will be scattered with some frozen meals in there. So I'll just share a basic outline of what my Meal Plan Monday looks like. Head over to I'm an Organizing Junkie for some better thought-out plans.
Breakfasts: Cereal, bagels, egg-bacon-toast, pancakes, breakfast parfaits, omelets
Lunches: Chicken salad, bean burritos, BBQ sandwiches, tuna noodles, soup w/grilled cheese
Dinners: Frozen pizza, pot roast w/fixins, grilled chicken w/mac-n-cheese & green beans, cauliflower soup (from freezer), spaghetti
It's doubtful that I will post anything in the shop this week, but you can always check and see.
Did you pick up on what the title means?
I MIGHT get to work on the craft room
I MIGHT get to post here on the blog later in the week
I MIGHT cook some meals on the meal plan
I MIGHT list new items in the shop
It's a week of the mights. Wish me luck!
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