Monday, November 24, 2008

My feast

Well I just got back from Krogers..again. I think I have everything for this coming week. I thought I would sit down a minute and gather my thoughts and let you know what's on the menu.

Tuesday
work
pick up kids
dinner- no clue
take kids to movie
pick up kids

Wednesday
work
G home with kids making cinnamon rolls and maybe buckeyes it all goes well
Lunch- Sandwiches and soup
Dinner- no clue yet...probably lasagna and garlic bread

Thursday
Lunch- no clue (I'm getting real far can ya see)
Okay down to the dirty work...
Dinner- at G's mom house
night- my parents coming into town
make breakfast casserole for morning

Friday-
Shopping early with dad, he's saying 5am, I'm saying NOT.
Lunch- Dinner- ham, mac/cheese, mom's homemade dressing,,yummooooooo, rolls, sweet potato casserole, corn and anything else I forgot and will throw out there.

Then Christmas decorations and trees, which means a fight over which lights to use, all white or colored. We go through this every year. We have a main tree in the living room, one in the den decked in silver and blues, D has one in the dining room and a very pretty pink and white one in a very pink bedroom.

But this is the extra stuff I am making for Thursday and Friday

Bacon wraps, dill goat cheese spread, sausage dip, cheese ball, apple salsa, Pica De Gallo, pecan pies, berry pies, pumpkin pie, veggies, cheese, cranberry salad and probably eggs and something Tastefully Simple..oh I forgot the beer bread...

And TONS OF PICTURES TO DOCUMENT THIS WONDERFUL TIME OF YEAR.. OH GAG ME.

Then back to work on Saturday morning..urgggg.. I will have to go back to work to rest. Literally.
~Cathy

3 comments:

thedomesticfringe said...

Wow! Sounds like you've got lots of cooking ahead of you...not that the rest of us don't, but sausage dip and dill goat cheese dip...ya, definitely extras. It all sounds yummy. Have fun!

TCKK said...

Can I come to your house for dinner?

Gill - That British Woman said...

regardless have a very Happy Thanksgiving, with your family,

Gill in Canada