This Week: Menu and Job Plans
The windows have been open each day and there is something about open windows that just connects one with nature. Here in the South this time of year, there is a soft continuous trill that goes on all afternoon long, so the day is never truly quiet. It's an aliveness of the air, perhaps a cricket or some insect that sings, but it's just part and parcel of Fall. A week of lovely autumn weather just behind me and frankly I am loathsome to see warm days return. But it is indeed returning, at least for a few days and then we'll go right back to being cool. I'll go back to AC on in the afternoons and grateful for it.
The freezer challenge continues. I've some breathing room after this past week. Some of the space will fill right back up when we shop for groceries this week. I'm thinking this whole freezer thing could go on quite a bit longer and I mean that sincerely. I've barely made a dint.
I've decided, in my retirement remedy planning that I need to do a Pantry Freezer challenge at least one week per month. So you'll see my little lady above at least once a month in the coming year. In the meantime, we've one more week of this freezer challenge so we'll see how well I can do.
Breakfasts: Eggs and Toast (X2)
Sausage Gravy with Biscuits
Cheese and Cinnamon Toasts, Grits
Egg Breads, Fried Apples
Hash Brown Casserole, Toasted Biscuits
Suppers: leftovers (X2)
Cream of Potato Soup
Chicken Salad sandwiches
Egg Salad Sandwiches
Dinners: Cream of chicken and rice soup, PBJ
Red Beans and Rice, Coleslaw, Corn Bread, Baked Apples
Creamed Hamburger over Toast, Mashed potatoes, Green Beans
BBQ Chicken, Cheesy Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts
Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches, Chips, Pickles
Leftovers on my own
Takeout on my own
Jobs This Week:
Get the pictures, sconces hung in guest room.
Tag and Sort items for booth.
Plant Daffodil bulbs and iris.
Defrost big freezer in kitchen
Mop the floors
Tag Christmas stuff
Tag a few new items for the booth.
Plant Daffodil and iris
Buy a picture hanging kit
Finish guest room as near as I can and start the next big project.