Tuesday, November 30, 2010


I'm virus-prone...on the technological level.

I'm cursed. I get viruses on every computer I touch...or not touch. They find me while I'm away from the computer too.

I know...I used to have the biggest music library ever. And I did that by downloading music. And every few months, I'd have to restore everything and start again.

Then, I had a plan. I would have a computer for downloads and a computer for none of that. That worked for a while.

Then Mark Dean got a Mac. And that baby has an awesome immune system. And I downloaded EVERYTHING there.

Well, one day, I was impatient and wanted a new song RIGHT THEN and downloaded what appeared to be a "good" download. And my laptop was toast. With lil puffs of smoke and all that jazz.

All the while, I had a desktop upstairs that I didn't use much. Well, once that happened, we became best friends.

Last night, we ran into a hidden illness...on Facebook. I was ignoring a game request and it took over. Turning off my computer whenever, trying to "defrag" my computer, and just being stupid.

This afternoon, I come upstairs and it's GONE! I'm still dumbfounded by this crazy virus.

So, I'm done.

I vow to never own a PC again.

Next thing on my BIG purchase list is:
I'm loving the Pretty Boy!
Until then, my trashed laptop is being turned into a make-shift Mac. And I'm so excited!

Monday, November 29, 2010

Menu Monday - 11/29

I feel pretty accomplished today.

I woke up before lunch time (that's a first, in a long time), went to the store, and got back in time to eat lunch. I felt like I was at the store fooooorever but once I got in my car, I was relieved to know that I have a great day ahead of me.

Then I got home and realized instead of being productive in my house chores, I had a ton of work to catch up for school...only 1 week left, thankfully!

And to get through this last week of school, I included 2 Crock Pot meals and other easy meals.

Monday - Chili
Tuesday - Hamburgers
Wednesday - Red Stripe Roast :) Tribute to Jamaica! Haha!
Thursday - Grilled Chicken Stuffed Baked Potatoes & Green Bean Cassarole
Friday - Chicken Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes, & Corn

And a dessert...Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Tart!

Now, let's put this week to good use!

Edit: Felt so accomplished that I pressed Save Now instead of Publish Post so, this is now late. :(

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Thanksgiving Thursday - 11/25

Since Thanksgiving happens to fall on Thankful Thursday, I thought it would be appropriate to do an EXTRA special thankful post.

I want to share the Top 10 Things I'm Thankful for This Thanksgiving:

1. My amazing husband who married me this year which made this year so extra special! After 7 amazing years as my boyfriend, he made my life even more perfect when he said "I do" to so many adventures we will take on throughout out lives together. :) I'm super excited to see what lies ahead!

2. Family & friends. What would a year be like without an amazing family and some awesome friends to be surrounded by? It would suck...and go by really slow.

3. A house to call a home. It may still be in progress, as far as, curb appeal goes but on the inside, it couldn't be more warm and welcoming. Stop by and stay awhile!

4. My blog - a place for my writing, crafting, and cooking abilities to shine...and the entire blogging world. I love how it's connected me with so many amazing people. And I hope that all continues to grow.

5. Learning new things. I loved that I've tackled a few new things this year...Twitter, Photoshop (very little but I still learned something), knitting, and a few new recipes (some to keep and some to trash). Still haven't mastered that cleaning deal though. :-/

6. My faith. Every time I think about what I've been given and how grateful I am for it all, I always note how strong my faith is. Without it, I'm not sure I'd be surrounded by the beautiful things in life that I hold so dear.

7. With faith, my relationship with God. I'm know I've said it before, it's one that only He and I can understand. And it works. And I'm glad it does. He is what gets me through everyday...good and bad...easy and hard.
8. My optimism. I always try to see the bright side of things. I plan for a great, BIG, elaborate future. Some may mistake this for being unrealistic. I just think it's setting goals, pushing myself to gain more in life, and still being on cloud nine where ever I end up!

9. Memories. One of the things in life I hold close to my heart. That's why I adore pictures sooooo much. It's the only thing that will truly help you hold onto a memory and can capture so many beautiful moments that otherwise, might be lost. (Why else would I get the best photographer in town to capture our BIG day?!?)

10. The gift of life. While so many people around me, here and there, are passing on the gift of life, I can't help but feel so excited to know that I hold that power myself...when He chooses to bless us with this gift. And the excitement I feel for my nephew overflows within me as the days grow closer for Baby Isaac to be here.
Life is such a beautiful thing and I try to appreciate every moment I'm given...whether I'm just laying around on the couch with Mark Dean and Stuey or I'm baking up a batch of love to share with the ones I love.

It's so important to recognize what we are thankful for year round. It shouldn't take a day off of school and work, full of non-stop cooking and eating to appreciate what ours lives are made up of.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Characteristic: Relentless

Relentless - 

1. Unyielding in severity or strictness; unrelenting: relentless persecution.
2. Steady and persistent; unremitting: the relentless beat of the drums.

One of the many characteristics that I inhabit...and at times like this, I'm quite fond of this attribute because...

There are some awesome giveaways going on right now for this...

And I want it real bad!

So, I'm taking every opportunity to win this lil puppy!

Check out this awesome giveaway going on at:

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Top 5 Books I Want to Read Soon

I love reading. I love it so much that a Kindle or Nook (or any other e-book device) would be a smart investment. But I love having a library...a real library! (Psst! Santa, I could use more shelf space for my book!)
Since reading Twilight, and finishing Twilight, I really don't know what I want to read...or even what I like to read because I said I'd never read the Twilight books. Well, I did. And I loved them.

But recently, I came across some books I do actually want to read and along the way, I found some that I wanted to always go back and get but forgot about, obviously.

Here's the Top 5 books I want to read as soon as possible (10 seemed overwhelming):

1. Cherries in Winter by Suzan Colon

I came across this book a weekend or so ago while waiting to meet my parents for lunch.
Funny how books find you when you need them the most.
It killed me to put in down. And walk out of the store WITHOUT it.

2. A Homemade Life by Molly Wizenberg

A long, long time ago, well, maybe a year, I found this book and found it quite interesting. But at the time, I already had a few other books in my hands so, I told myself I'd come back for it.
Never did that but I found it while looking through Amazon for Cherries in Winter (used!).

3. The Recipe Club by Andrea Isreal

Last year, I read The Christmas Cookie Club by Ann Pearlman and when I came across this book online, it reminded me of the Christmas Cookie Club book that I loved.

4. Kardashian Konfidential by Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe Kardashian

This is what I (used to) love...autobiographies, biographies, memoirs.
And this book fits right into my collection.

5. The Showgirl Next Door by Holly Madison
This is one book I haven't stumbled upon. I've been waiting, and waiting, for this one to be released. Finally, a release date so, the countdown is on!
Book 5 should give me my celebrity-book-fix till February 2011, when Holly Madison's book is to be released.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Menu Monday - 11/22

I've been on quite a Food Network kick so this week, I'm gunna try a few ideas that I saw on there.

And I just love turkey making this week a white meat week. :)

Monday - Papa John's Pizza Special!
Tuesday - Provolone & Spinach Turkey Cutlets w/ Sweet Potatoes
Wednesday - Turkey Cutlets & Potatoes (Food Network test)
Friday - After a no-sleep Black Friday, I'm gunna leave today open and see what it brings...
Why can't there be a Thanksgiving Day once a month?!?

I'm ready for this yummy week to begin!!!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

The Making of a Lil Chef

I spent last week perfecting this cheesecake.

And I'm really close.

I have the taste right.
Now, it's on to perfecting the presentation.

Throughout this process and looking back on my previous Yummy Food & Recipe posts, I've realized I lack pictures of my food products.
I think I just get sooo excited to dig into my dish that I forget the picture part of the process.

New goal: Take more pictures of the food I make!

And after such a successful weekend chef-ing it up, I decided to try to "make-up" a recipe.

I'm so excited to try it this week.
And of course, if it's a real success, I will share it.


Now, let's get ready for Thanksgiving!!!
6 days!!!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Thankful Thursday - 11/18

I've known for quite awhile what I would be thankful for today.

I am oh so excited!!!

I'm so thankful that the countdown till the Breaking Dawn premiere has officially started.

ONE YEAR from now, I'll be sitting in a movie theatre watching another awesome Twilight movie! At 12 in the morning! :)


I know.
This was a pretty silly Thankful Thursday but it is what made me happy today!
Silly things make life beautiful, anyways!

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Discovering a Christmas Gift

So, late last week, I went rummaging through all of my scrapbooking stuff (that had been packed into the trunk of my car for the last 6 months) and I came across a Christmas present I started for Mark Dean, oh say, 3 years ago!

Back then, I had a different plan for this lil book.

On the back of each page, there is a little close-y thing so it's like an envelope.

My plan was to scrap a characteristic or hobby of Mark Dean's, each page being a different characteristic or hobby. (Example below.) On the envelope side, I'd get gift cards to go along with page theme. (Gift cards due to the fact that Mark Dean is the hardest person to buy for).

Well, that was the original plan. But since this year, we aren't gifting at all, I have a new plan...a more meaningful plan...a plan I'm really excited about!

Gotta get to work so I'll have it done by Christmas time! :) Plus, I need to make room for the scrapbook stuff since I took it out of my trunk! Haha!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Menu Monday - 11/15

Quick Menu Monday...

Monday - Pizza Special
Tuesday - Tacos
Wednesday - Fajitas
Thursday - Meatloaf & Potatoes
Friday - Hamburgers

This week I gotta test out a Pumpkin Maple Cheesecake recipe I found and a Scalloped Potatoes family recipe. Gotta make sure everything turns out good BEFORE Thanksgiving! :)

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Peanut Butter Pie

Today seems like a good day to try out a recipe I got from a lil lady by the name of Mary, who is one of the NICEST ladies I've probably ever met in my life. She truly knows the secret to life...just love it and laugh often (or non-stop...my favorite thing about her!).

Mark Dean is off to taking care of a few professional things. So I think I should have one of his favorite things in life ready for him...anything to do with peanut butter.

I thought I'd share the recipe and return with a picture and a critique from Mark Dean.

This is how it went into the refridgerator...semi-pretty.
Peanut Butter Pie
1/2 cup Creamy Peanut Butter
1/3 cup Sugar
1 - 8 oz. Cream Cheese, softened
1 - 8 oz. Cool Whip, thawed
9 in. Chocolate Crumb Pie Crust
1 cup Hot Fudge Topping, room temperature

In a large bowl, mix peanut butter, sugar, and cream cheese on medium speed untill smooth, scraping sides occasionally.

Fold in 1/2 of the Cool Whip.

Spoon peanut butter mixture into pie crust.

Spread fudge topping on top of this layer.

Top with remaining Cool Whip. Drizzle, if desired, with melted peanut butter and/or fudge topping.

Refrigerate at least 3 hours before serving.
This is how I found it after letting it chill for 3 hours.
Mark Dean's piece...not-so-pretty.

Mark Dean's review:
It tasted familiar. Wonder why?

That's all I got out of him. But the pie was gone this morning so, I'm guessing it was pretty darn good. (Notice: I don't know for sure because I didn't get a piece!)
I post this on:

Friday, November 12, 2010

Project Update

Since the weather was so nasty last week, then I got a cold from the nasty weather, my bigger projects have been put on hold.

So, a little recap, I picked up 2 window frames (one paned, one not) and 2 shutters.

Since I was stuck inside last week, I worked on one of the shutters and this is what I got done.
My walls are not that unattractive mustard color...that's a result of the lighting.
My walls are sauteed mushroom. :)
Everything else is at a stand still.
BUT...after leaving my mom's house Sunday, I spotted this in the back of my dad's truck.

And it hit me! (Not the wood; an idea or 2)

I saw this on LMM (which linked to this project on Rocky Bella) a while back and once I saw this rectangle frame, the image of this came to me.

And that's why I went on my twine-searching adventure Sunday, too.

And this is it!
(Sauteed mushroom!)
I think I'll go back one day and maybe add lattice with some different kind of clips, just to change it up. But that's one day.

Thankful Thursday on Friday - 11/12

Oops! I was so into my "thankful-ness" yesterday, that I forgot to post!

My apologies to those of you who count on this. :)

I spent allll of yesterday cooking away.

I made slow cooker ribs which was kind of a bust but it was a nice experience. Haha! My rub was pretty good but Mark Dean can't get past the idea of "boiled meat" to try to enjoy it. And I don't like ribs at all.

Anyways, after I got those going, I dove into something I really do love but put on the back burner a long time ago - BAKING!

So, yesterday, that's what I was thankful for.

I made pumpkin bars with brown butter icing. MMM MMM MMM!

While spending so much time dappling in the kitchen, I remembered a post I made on a previous blog I started (but neglected). I thought I'd dig that up and share it with you.

For the Love of Baking
So I realized...I cannot bake well without putting love into it.

There has to be a purpose behind my baking.
I can't bake just to bake.
I need a desire to accomplish whatever it is that I am baking that day.
I need someone to want what I am making.
That's what makes it good, what makes it fun, and makes it worth doing.

And why is that it so much easier to satisfy others before ourselves? So I get satisfaction out of theirs? Hmm...yes, that is it. And that is why I bake.

Today, I made butterscotch pumpkin muffins and peanut butter cup brownies. I made these both for Mark Dean and my parents. I wanted to so badly to make pudding cookies but I knew that was something only for myself so, I never mustered up enough energy to accomplish this. As Mark Dean devoured the muffins and my dad made the brownies I brought him disappear, I was left with nothing - no, my love for them grew with each bite, and that is way more than nothing.

I put just as much love in my baking as I do a hug, or a kiss, or short note saying "I love you".
And I hope those that I share my love with can feel that.

Links to:
Butterscotch Pumpkin Muffins
Pudding Cookies


Monday, November 8, 2010

Chili When It's Chilly

I figure since I make this sooo often when autumn rolls around, I'd share how I make my awesome cool-weather favorite.

2 lb Ground Beef
2 cans Tomato Sauce
1/2 can (from the Tomato Sauce) Water
2 tbsp. Chili Powder
2 tbsp. Minced Garlic
1 tbsp. Red Pepper
1 tbsp. Paprika
1 tbsp. Onion Powder
1 tbsp. Salt
1 tbsp. Black Pepper

I, usually, make this in the Crock Pot but it's not necessary. So, I'll include both recipes.

Crock Pot:
Brown ground beef. Drain.

In Crock Pot, add ground beef, tomato sauce, water, and all seasonings. Stir well till seasonings are fully dissolved.

Cook on LOW for 3-4 hours.

Stove Top:
Brown ground beef. Drain.

In deep pot, add ground beef, tomato sauce, water, and all seasonings. Stir well till seasonings are full dissolved.

Cook on medium heat for 30-45 minutes...to wake up the seasonings. :)

You can always add:
Tomatoes (Not sure if people do this but Mark Dean has requested it before)
Onion (Ditto)
More Water to make it Soupier (This is the way Mark Dean likes chili)

Now, I'll give you a little background on my eating and cooking habits since you may catch on soon.

I don't eat fruits.
I don't eat vegetables.
I'm an adult.
And I'm a picky eater.
But I love SPICE!

When I post a recipe, I will TRY not to exclude the vegetables that should go in the recipe. But just so you know, they are never in the dishes I dish out.
If it's one I created (like this one), I don't know what to tell ya. :) But I can try to make suggestions.
But if it's one I got somewhere online, in a magazine, or from a family member, I don't alter it.

Menu Monday - 11/8

Well, last week's menu didn't go as planned. Since Mark Dean was gone, I got lots of phone calls to do this or that. Meaning, I did this or that. :) And didn't cook once.

So, this week, I'm thinking:

Monday - Chili (since I've been telling Connie that I'm making it and never get around to it)
Tuesday - Slow Cooker Ribs (for Mark Dean's return)
Wednesday - Chicken Noodle Soup
Thursday - Mozzarella Spinach Stuffed Chicken w/ New Potatoes
Friday - Fajitas w/ Meyer Lemons (MY FAVORITE!)

I'm thinking this week I may find a couple of new dessert recipes to try out. We shall see! I'll def. share them if I do! :)

Sunday, November 7, 2010

I'm a Knitter

So, I got out of the house today with my good friend, Connie. We took a lil trip to town in search of some twine for me and a birthday craft she was going to work up for her SIL.

While I searched Michael's high and low for twine, we passed the yarn isle and I told her how I wanted to learn to knit but doubted I'd ever actually get around to doing it, while moving on to another isle in search of twine.

We make it to the check out line with supplies for Connie's project...no twine for me...and the girl in front of us asks if we think her yarn colors look good. And this is what got our adventure going. After this simple question, the rest of the conversation, and afternoon, goes a lil something like this.

Me: Did you knit the scarf you have on?
Our New Friend Carrie Knitter: Yeah.
Me or Connie: I love it! I was just telling Connie about how I wanted to learn to knit. How difficult is it?
Carrie Knitter: It's so easy. It seriously takes 5 minutes to learn. All you need is 2 scenes of yarn and # knitting needles.
Me: Oh. Well that's neat. I guess I may actually take time to learn it one day.
(This is where Carrie Knitter drops all her stuff to SHOW us how it's done. How awesome is that?!?)
After figuring out I couldn't really follow what she was doing, this happens.
Carrie Knitter: Go grab the stuff you need! You can get it now and I can teach you.

So, I go get my supplies. I leave with a scooter stamp, a perfect pear stamp, 2 scenes of yarn, and #13 knitting needles. Still no twine.

Then, we go to Starbucks and get a basic knitting lesson.

I battled with learning this for the most part but instantly, it clicked. And I'm trucking right along.

Here is what I've gotten done today:

Thank you Carrie Knitter! We love you and we love knitting!

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Christmas Bells are Ringing...Already!

And I'm getting ready.

After Thanksgiving, this is my OTHER favorite holiday. Now, if you go off the meaning of the holidays, Christmas is my all time favorite but as Christmas has slowly taken on new meaning, Thanksgiving has crept up on my list as THE favorite.

Anyways, with the bells ringing, the cool wind blowing, and the stores filled with Christmas decorations ALREADY, I've started my wish list.

Here are the Top 5 Things on My Christmas List:

1. This super sweet necklace. 
I don't accessorize. I love simple jewelry. 
And this is necklace from Waxing Poetic is perfect!

After seeing it used by so many crafty bloggers, I realized I "need" this. :)

3. The Twilight DVD - ALL 3 PLEASE!
That would be Twilight, New Moon, & Eclipse. Plus Twilight in Forks
I need to feed my obsession. :)

4. A bookshelf FULL of books.
Or just a few new ones. :) And a cookbook or 2.
(Plus the bookshelf)

5. New living room furniture.
We are in desperate need of this so I figured I might as well put a splurge item on here.
I wanna get lost in my couch.

Yup, that'll do! :)

Friday, November 5, 2010

Top 10 People that I Count as Blessings

This post spawned from a bittersweet day I had yesterday. I experienced a lot. I learned a lot. I realized a lot.

Here are the Top 10 Blessings that I counted on my 10 little fingers yesterday.

1. The GREAT Lord, Himself - I have a STRONG, deep faith. If you know me, you could actually doubt this and I could understand why many would think this. My relationship with Him is so personal but I trust Him and know He has something in store for me that I'm still too blind to see.

2. Carla, my mother-in-law - Last night, I spent hours talking to her. I'm not sure I've ever bonded with her like this. She mentioned things to help me look forward and opened a part of my mind that I've ignored for quite sometime.

3. Mark Dean, my wonderful husband - who is reasonable enough to talk sense into me when I need it but makes everything okay when I am shaken.

4. Stuey, my lil pup - This rotten lil pooch is a blessing in disguise...a gooood disguise. Last night, he sat at my feet barking and barking and barking (and barking). When I moved my feet, he sat through the entire house. That's when it hit me - he wanted to play! So I got up and played and played and then we had cuddle time. That's when I realized what a blessing this little dog is. He completed my day in such a way that only he could.

5. Glenn, my dad - He keeps me rational and reminds me how responsible I am. And that's it's okay to be that way.

6. Kim, my mom - She does what great mothers do. She listens. And loves.

7. Megs, a follower blogger from This & That Creative - She left this comment simple little comment that completely made my day - "I'm so glad there are people out there like you!"

8. Christy, Mark's aunt, my aunt (haha...never got to say that before) - Simply put...she inspires me.

9. Life, not a person but still, I'm counting it - I don't take it for granted. I'm alive - what more could I ask for? It's full of ups and downs and I understand enough of this journey to accept it.

10. Myself - I often times doubt myself. I'm usually my own worst enemy. At times, my confidence falters. But deep down, I know I'm capable of anything. I just forget sometimes.

With blessings like these that consume my life, I can smile at the end of the day.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Thankful Thursday - 11/4

When I woke up this morning, I didn't think there could possibly be one thing I would be thankful for. I was sick, cold, and not functioning properly.

After leaving work for working a whole hour and a half, coming home to nap and sleep off some of my sickness, I woke up and went to the store to attempt making homemade chicken noodle soup for myself without Mark Dean here to be my caretaker.

As I was leaving the grocery store, I spotted this on the ground.

A picture of it ON the ground wouldn't been more interesting but I'm impulsive so I instantly pick stuff up when I see it.
Which led to realize what I am thankful for today, good deeds. While this would have been more dramatic and interesting if someone had done a good deed FOR me, I would much rather do a good deed for someone else. And this was a good opportunity to do that.

When I see things like this, I go into a paranoia state of mind. The possibilities of who could have picked that card up if I hadn't drives me nuts. So, I picked that shiny blue card up and took it straight to the service counter...all the while getting cut in front of by a lady that wanted to take an hour to pay her bill. I didn't let that change my attitude though because I was happy to be protecting someone from a crazy psycho spender that would've emptied the card owner's bank account before the card owner could get home. (See, my mind doesn't process that as a possibility, it was going to happen! Haha)

Yes, good deeds are a good thing to be thankful. Especially, with the holidays fast approaching when people often forget that the best gifts don't have to be under the tree. And when this lady would probably need her debit card...well, the money on it.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Job Opening

I love to work. I've loved every job I've had. I take pride in the work that I do.

I guess that's why I never really got involved with extra curricular activities in school. My school was my job and I took it very seriously. That crossed over into my career world.

And I believe that is all a wonderful state of mind and a good characteristic of mine.

So with that, I never imagined myself to be the type to WANT to be a stay-at-home housewife or mom.

But since starting this blog, that desire has changed.

I love being in my home, getting things accomplished, starting new projects. But after working nearly 40 hours a week, taking 9 hours of college classes, and a butt load of homework and group work for school, I never feel like getting anything accomplished at home.

I want to my drive, my pride to be all for my home, my husband, and one day, my family.

With that said, I'm setting a new goal for myself. A new objection on my resume.

To seek a part-time blogger position, along with housewife duties and plenty of time to enjoy life in a homey environment with opportunity to advance into mommyhood.

Yes, that sounds perfect.

Is there anything wrong with that?

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Vegas Bound

Mark Dean, that is...without me! :(

I've been in tears alllll daaaay loooong.

One of the most beautiful things about our relationship is that we have never really been apart. Seriously.

The only exception to this NEVER is when I went to Austin for a Student Teacher Convention before we lived together, when I was 18 years old.

Because I'm a big, sappy cornball, I had to get in a "see you later" picture which made Mark Dean think I was completely insane. Behind that kiss, I was screaming "PLEASE DON'T REALLY GO!!!"

And after he left, I found this. :( And my faucet of tears turned on FULL BLAST!

Make note of: HAVE FUN DOING CRAFTS! (lol)

I think it's gunna be a long week. I hope I have enough crafts to keep me busy. :-/

Monday, November 1, 2010

Update: Current Project

My Old Town Tomball trip was almost a disaster.

We spent 4 hours combing the shops for the absolute perfect shutters.

At one shop, I found a nearly perfect set. But of course, this set were not be for sale, just like the first set I found.

Finally, at the very last shop that we almost didn't even walk into, I spotted them. And they were perfect! :)

With a matched window pane. More perfection - just for me!

3 really is a charm!

And since Mark Dean will be out of town, that leaves me ample time to work on this massive undertaking.

And maybe even a little side project, too. That Singer base is still calling my name!

Menu Monday - 11/1

Today is the first day of November.

The countdown to my favorite holiday is on...25 days! All the food, family, and fun is what makes this time of year oh so special and that's why it's my favorite.

Thinking about all that food leads me to this week's menu. Since Mark Dean will be leaving for Vegas tomorrow :(, I do get the opportunity to make MY favorite meals...although, I normally do anyways.

The menu for this week looks like this:

Monday - Papa John's Monday Pizza Special
Tuesday - Chicken Noodle Soup
Wednesday - Chili's for a birthday dinner
Thursday - Baked Chicken & Rice
Friday - Guinness Roast

Looks like it's gunna be a goooooood week.