Wordless Wednesday – It Was 20 Years Ago Today!

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On June 19, 1993, I married my best friend Chris, whom I had been dating since June 27th, 1985 :)

photo of me and Chris

It rained the morning of our wedding but then cleared up and was sunny and beautiful. We were so relieved when it was over!

photo of me and Chris in limo on wedding day

Happy 20th Wedding Anniversary to Us! :)
 


Wordless Wednesday – Me and a Frozen Banana.

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My very favorite part of street fairs – frozen bananas dipped in chocolate, sprinkled with nuts, and impaled on a stick.

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Wordless Wednesday – Showing Love for Boston

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People gathered around an injured woman.

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A reminder that Middle East does not automatically mean “terrorist”.

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Even Yankees fans love Boston!

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From Chicago blogger Fitness at Home.



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Wordless Wednesday – Visit From Parker

Kaitlyn outside with bubbles

Kaitlyn outside with bubbles
 
nephew smiling
 
cuddling cousins
 


Menu Monday – Week of March 18

Here’s what’s on the menu this week:

Egg Noodles with Ham & Peas – I found this recipe on the back of a package of Target brand wide egg noodles.  It’s almost a complete meal by itself, but I’ll serve salad too for an extra vegetable serving.

Spaghetti with Meat Sauce – I use a recipe I found online years ago but the link doesn’t work any more. It has italian sausage and ground beef, and it makes a ton. We eat it the second night over a different kind of noodle, usually elbow macaroni. The sauce thickens overnight in the fridge and with macaroni it’s almost like american goulash.

Campbell’s Kitchen Tasty Two-Step Pork Chops – Chris suggested this, it’s just bone-in Pork Chops browned in a little oil and then simmered with Campbell’s Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup. I’ll serve it with rice and green beans.

Crunchy Pan Fried Chicken – I wanted to do something new with chicken breasts, so I did a search and picked this one. The chicken is coated in self-rising cornmeal mix and pan fried. We let Kaitlyn pick frozen Arby’s Curly Fries for one of the sides :)

Really Easy Shepherd’s Pie – This is such comfort food! Since it already has meat, potatoes and veggies right in it, I serve the rest of the veggies not used in the dish on the side, plus crescent rolls.

So that’s what I’m making this week, how about you? If you did a Menu Monday-type post, feel free to link it up below. Or in the comments, share what you’re making for dinner this week!



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