Today marks 4 years I’ve been blogging. Not with this blog, per say, but total. Here, you’ll read my journey through infant loss, grief and trying to find the new normal. I don’t remember the log in for this blog. I could make a new one, but for what? I won’t add anything to it…it’s a mess. But I want it there still, who know’s if it helps others?
I still struggle with consistency, and I think I just need to accept that sometimes I’m not the most reliable with my writing.😉
I still don’t know what my ‘niche’ is, and I’m okay with that now.
I had big plans about this anniversary, but alas…they went by the way side!
I know many bloggers do giveaways, or offer an ebook, or some type of download…those were the big plans I had, by the way. I’m just glad I’m still here, though it’s never what I expected! lol
For those that have hung around this whole time, thank you!
On to the menu for this coming week!
Once again, it’s time for our eat’s around here! I’m actually able to work on this BEFORE Sunday rolls around. And we just scored BIG on chicken. $1 per pound?! Craziness! I could not fit more chicken in, if I tried. I’m all tetras’ed out…
We still also have venison, beef, and shrimp as well. So, lets see what this week pans out at.
Breakfasts: Eggs(hard boiled, scrambled, omelet), leftovers, smoothies.
Lunches: Leftovers, salads, still trying to work on this.
Snacks: Diced fruits, smoothies, cheese cubes, leftovers.
Sunday – Chicken Apple Stir Fry, with steamed veggie mix (may end up putting this in the slow cooker, or the oven)
Monday – Bacon, eggs and steamed veggies. Breakfast for dinner is awesome!
Wednesday – Slow Cooker Goulash
Thursday – Chicken & Cheesy Spinach Bake
Friday – Summer Hobo Packets
Saturday – Leftovers/Kitchen soup
I’m linking up today with Ms Jessica, be sure to check out her blog, for more ideas!!
- Butter casserole dish, and start oven, 350 degrees
- Dice chicken, and brown at least two sides in frying pan, with 1 tablespoon coconut oil, or butter.
- Chop, dice and shred other ingredients.
- Make milk and flour slurry
- Once chicken is done, mix all ingredients together, until well mixed.
- Pour into baking dish, cover with foil, and bake for 45 minutes. Remove foil and place on top rack for 10 minutes to brown the top, if you’d like.