Oops! I’m typically pretty good about getting my menu plan up for you all to peruse on Tuesdays. That day works well for me and I like to be consistent when I can be. Yesterday, however, was not a typical Tuesday and, well, it never got posted. Sorry about that!
What was I up to yesterday? Well, I had two big things on my schedule– an interview and a date. I teased on Facebook that I felt like I was 20 again!
I spent all yesterday morning in interviews and orientation and, when all was said and done, I was approved as a substitute teacher. I was also approved as a substitute para-educator and secretary, but teaching is what I really want to do. I can’t start doing that until mid-November, however, as the Board of Education has to formally “acknowledge” me in that role. I will definitely share more with you all soon about what made me decide to do this and why I’m so excited about it, but, there you go!
After that, my husband and I went out to lunch at a new-to-us place and I ate a giant quesadilla burger that was DELICIOUS. I also had an absolutely lovely chat with the 80-year-old lady seated at the table next to me. I just adore chats with seniors!
But now I’m back and ready to share what we’re eating around here–
So, here’s the meal plan for the week!
B–Cereal, Apples, Milk ( before 7:30AM Mass)
Lunch– No brunch today! My son was running his very first 5K, so we ate after that– we had grilled cheese sandwiches (on this bread), carrot sticks, and random leftovers.
D–Sunday Supper at Bama & Papa’s (Hawaiian Pork over Cabbage, etc– tasty!)
D–Chicken, Carrots, & Green Beans over Rice w/ various sauces
B–Pancakes, Eggs, Fruit
D–Chicken, Spinach, & Mozz Burritos
B–Granola, Raisins, Apples, Milk
D–Penne w/ Sausage Marinara, Broccoli
B–PB Toast, Apples, Milk
D–Mummy Dogs, Carrot Sticks
B–Cereal, Apples, Milk
B–Scr. Eggs w/ veggies (mushrooms, onions, peppers, broccoli), English Muffins w/ PB (<– this was a hit last week and we’re doing it again! )
D–“End of the Month” Soup, Breadsticks w/ garlic dipping sauce
And that should do it!