(First harvest of cherries from the tree, turns out they’re not rainiers)
For those of you are new to my blog I write these weekly plans to help me spend less (I kinda of love grocery shopping, yea I know I’m weird), to save time and to try and help us eat in more often. Also I love knowing what other people eat so I thought it would be fun to share. For a while I’ll be adding my plans for what greens I’ll be eating since one of my resolutions is to build a habit of introducing more green veggies into our diet. Maybe some day it’ll be so normal for us that I won’t have to mention them any more.
I’m exhausted. I’m going to summarize this last week up in three words -company, fire and parties. Yup we had a fire but I’ll post about that later, but yes everyone is safe. Needless to say I was already expecting to be worn out by the number of get-to-gethers and just from having visitors but the fire has rocked me I feel like I could use a couple days of extra sleep just to get my energy normal, but that’s not happening for a while. So I’ll just try and eat a bit healthier.
|Day||Main Meal||Goals (Veggies, Whole Grain, Fish)|
Grains and nuts: Sandwich bread, brown rice
Veggies: salad, zuccs, peas, stir fry
|Monday||Fondue, potatoes and peas|
|Friday||Veggie, Shrimp and Meat Stir Fry|
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Wish you could get the break you need! Maybe a yoga class would help? Sorry to hear about the fire!
I just wanted to say you are SO lucky to have a cherry tree in your yard! But also be careful, because my husband and I love to munch on his mother’s cherry tree cherries and this year 9 out of 10 cherries had one tiny maggot in it. Maybe from the cooler spring this year. So just be careful! We scarfed down a few handfuls before we knew to check, and while we didn’t get sick from it, it made my stomach churn for hours. Ewww..
hand picked cherries, and so many…I am wishing I had a cherry tree, too :)