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! 💗

~Rebecca

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2 comments:

  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!

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    1. Thanks, Jean! Yes, I thought that, too...that the purple flowers look almost hand drawn...and they do...even in person! Most turnips that you buy at the stores have kind of a bitter biting taste, but these that we grew were an old-fashioned, heirloom variety that we got from Baker Creek. The flavor is mild, smooth and somewhat buttery. They're very, very good and I enjoy them mashed or fried just like you'd do with a potato. They're super yummy and, yes, it's great getting fresh produce from the garden in the middle of winter. Hope your week is going well, too! Blessings, my friend! <3

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