weekend events and life

I volunteered to monitor a rescue transport this weekend, after finding out that I didn't need to sit at home to do it. I thought they needed me to sit at home, while really, as long as I could use my phone to send emails, I could be wherever! Mac was thrilled that I didn't need to be at home. It allowed us to go have breakfast, do a few mystery shops, and run a few errands. We did a grocery store mystery shop and a restaurant mystery shop, and stopped by another grocery store to see the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. Yes, I'm a little kid like that.

Oscar Mayer Wienermobile
We also picked up the chicken and pork that I need for my first foray into freezer cookbook meals. The grocery store hosting the Wienermobile always has the freshest meats, and typically has the best prices on them as well. So, I picked up 12 pounds of chicken and 3 pork roasts. I'm going to pick up the rest of the items I need today, and will package those tonight. I'm not sure what we're having for dinner tonight, as I forgot to pull out anything yesterday. If I didn't want to try the rest of the new Dream Dinners meals this week, I'd be tempted to have one of the freezer cookbook meals, but I really want to try the rest of the new Dream Dinners meals before my session on Saturday!

I'm going to suggest to Mac that we have the layered ravioli bake, since I can bake that from frozen.

Tomorrow's menu for him is the Kung Pao Chicken, as I have my Dress for Success Professional Women's Group Steering Committee meeting tomorrow night. I'm figuring that I'll simply pick up something on my way there, and he'll cook the Kung Pao Chicken for himself.

I think Wednesday night will be Cattleman's Pie, and Friday will be the Arroz Con Pollo. Thursday, I have my Amaranth initiation, so I'm not sure what we'll do for dinner then, since I'll need to leave around 6 PM. Crispy French Onion Chicken perhaps, ready when Mac gets home from work?


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