The weekend just flew by! It was a very enjoyable and still fairly relaxing weekend.
Friday was spent running some important errands and getting a start on my holiday cookie baking. Then, Friday evening, we had some friends over for dinner, where we enjoyed Skyline Chili and Coneys. After dinner, a few more couples showed up and we enjoyed visiting, snacking and some game play. We tried out a new game called Zero - the concept is basically the opposite of Family Feud, they surveyed people and your goal is to get the least common answer.
Saturday, I hosted a Thirty-One party and had a few friends over to check out all of their great products. My plan is to get some of their About Town Blankets - to prepare for the chilly and damp spring sports season. I love how they fold up into a little bundle with a handle. Easy to bring along and store in the car.
Sunday, I spent the day sorting through pictures and choosing them for a couple of holiday gifts and prepping for this year's photo book. We also put together our Christmas Cards and will have them printed. I capped my day with dinner with a friend from high school. It has likely been over 10 years since I saw her and she happened to move to the area a few months ago and only lives about 15 minutes away. It was nice to catch up and enjoy half-price Sushi.
But, after so much, it is time to start the work week again. Hard to believe that it is less than three weeks until Christmas.
Pierogie, Sausage and Hashbrowns
Chicken Cheese Steaks
Tilapia Vera Cruz
Breakfast is cereal or oatmeal each morning, although sometimes at school my daughter will have pancakes or french toast. For my son, lunch is either the menu item at school or a packed lunch with some type of sandwich. Lunch for my husband and me is typically sandwiches, frozen meals or leftovers.
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