Weekly Menu Plan – October 12, 2009

This past week has been one of the longest weeks.  It seems like the week got progressively worse as it went on.  As I shared on Saturday, baby Wyatt lost his 44 day battle.  Then, on Sunday, I received news that a friend lost her battle with breast cancer.  She was only 40 years old.  Another friend of mine, Karen, wrote a blog post that says it all very well. 

We have a busy week coming up.  Hockey is in full swing, that is on top of all of the other stuff, like Hannah’s gymnastics & skating.  Also, my half marathon is this coming Sunday!  I feel like I am ready & now I just want the day to be here!  The weather forecast says chilly & dry.  I’ll take that! 

Cheryl from Gluten-free Goodness is hosting this week’s gluten-free menu swap and her chosen theme is apples!  OOH!!  I have been loving the Honeycrisps this year!  One of my favorite breakfasts is cooking up a half of a Honeycrisp in the micro with cinnamon and then putting that on top of some gluten-free waffles with almond butter.  So fall-like!!  Here is one of my favorite apple recipes:  Crockpot Applesauce .

Sunday – Find your own food night! LOL!

Monday – Spaghetti with marinara, roasted veggies & salad

Tuesday – Make your own Tacos, black beans & salad

Wednesday – Burgers, sweet potato fries, green beans & salad

Thursday – Crock pot BBQ pulled pork, baked potatoes, broccoli & salad

Friday – Calzones, veggies & salad

Saturday – Pumpkin Baked Ziti, veggies & salad

Baked Goods

Pumpkin Cookies

Granola

Pamela’s Bread

Bagels

 

Also, don’t forget to check out Orgjunkie for lots of great menu ideas!

 

 

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15 Responses

  1. Kim,
    sending lots of love your way!

  2. [...] Kim has been having a hard week, so let’s all send a collective hug in her direction.  She’s got pumpkin baked ziti on the menu, which sounds delish. [...]

  3. I’ve just found your blog, and had to write straight away to say how sorry I feel for you & your sister & all the family. It sounds like you must have all had such a lot on your plate, I really feel for you. I am glad that Wyatt was held tight by his Mum & Dad and wish you strength & courage to deal with these next days. best wishes, Charlotte

  4. Dear Kim, I am so sorry to hear about all the losses in your family this week. My thoughts are with you and Wyatt’s parents and your friend’s family. I hope the week goes smoothly for you, with lots of space for grieving and healing.

    I just took a pumpkin chocolate loaf, made with your recipe from last week, out of the oven. It’s cooling on the counter right now, and the amazing smell is drifting down the hall to tantalize me. I will be sending lots of pumpkin chocolate love your way when I have my first bite!

  5. Ooooh, pumpkin cookies sound yummy right about now!
    :)

    Great menu plan ya got there. Stop by and see mine over at Free 2 Be Frugal!

  6. {{{{{{{{{hugs}}}}}}}}}} I’m so sorry for you losses. Our thoughts are with you all. Hoping for many many happier days ahead as you relish the memories of your loved ones.

  7. I’m so terribly sorry for everything you have been going through. But, I know you will rock your half marathon and I know your nephew and friend will be looking down on you feeling so proud of you!

  8. I’m so sorry to read about your loss.

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