Monday, January 11, 2021

Master List and Menu Plan Monday - January 11, 2021

Greetings, Dear One! 💗

I didn't get a chance to work ahead on this post and don't have a lot of time this morning to chat, so I am going to share a few photos from this week and get right on into this week's post before heading on out for the day. 

Beautiful Flowers on Mark-Down This Week So pretty!!!

Blessings for a great week ahead! 💗

Goldfinch At The Feeder

Turnips Fresh From The Garden In JANUARY!

This week's master to-do list...

- work
- complete my weekly "home blessing"
- do laundry 👚
- pray for our nation, our governmental leaders, and the people of our nation...that spiritual eyes and ears would be opened and that truth would prevail in every area 💔🤍💙
- wish youngest daughter a Happy Birthday 🎂
- wish youngest daughter-in-law a Happy Birthday 🎂
- go grocery shopping 🛒
- work on some writing projects ✎

White-Crowned Sparrow

White-Tailed Deer
Bison and Blackbirds

This week's menu plan...

- Monday - Black-eyed peas and cornbread 🥣
- Tuesday - Chicken and salad-stuffed pitas with baked potatoes 🐔
- Wednesday - Beef and noodles 🐄
- Thursday - Chicken and wild rice soup 🐔
- Friday - Broiled salmon, oven-roasted pumpkin, and mashed turnips 🐟
- Saturday - Dh's night to cook (chef's choice or leftovers) 🍝
- Sunday - Leftovers

Have a great day and a wonderful week ahead! And stay the course! All will be well!

Love and blessings until next time! 💗


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  1. That photo of your flowers is beautiful! The purple ones almost look hand drawn. And how funny, I put turnips on our menu for this week. Not sure they'll be a hit (with any of us) but trying new things. Wonderful to be getting things from your garden in January. Hope you have a fantastic week!

    1. Thanks, Jean! I thought that, too...that the purple ones looked hand drawn. How did the turnips go over? I, personally, don't like the store-bought ones. To me they have a bitter whanginess, but these that John planted were an heirloom variety from Baker Creek in Mansfield and they are mild in flavor with no bitterness at all...even the HUGE ones! They're super yummy and we're really enjoying them. Blessings, my friend! Sorry I'm so late with responding! :/


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