That week seemed to whiz by didn't? I find it hard to believe that we're just a little more than one week away from Thanksgiving, followed immediately by the first Sunday in Advent. It seems like it was just mid-summer.
This week we have some lovely feast days -- St. Margaret of Scotland on Monday, and St. Elizabeth of Hungary on Tuesday. St. Rose Philippine Duchesne is on Wednesday, but I think I'm going to have to limit our celebrations this week to store up energy for Thanksgiving. We'll enjoy some lovely scones on Monday for breakfast to celebrate St. Margaret and our annual (this is the second year, so I can officially call it annual) St. Elizabeth of Hungary cake on Tuesday.
We're also celebrating our twenty-fourth wedding anniversary on Monday and Doug's 49th birthday on Friday. It's quite a busy week!
Lunch: Skyline chilitos
Dinner: Pizza, pepperoni and Three Cheese Pizza Bianca, tossed salad
Lunch: Omelets and toast
Dinner: at grandma and grandpa's house
Lunch: leftover pizza
Dinner: Pork Medallions with Spicy Blueberry Pomegranate Sauce, Twice Baked Potatoes, Baby Greens and Pomegranate Vinaigrette, bread
Lunch: scrambled eggs and toast
Dinner: Greek Burgers, Oregano Roasted Potatoes, Greek Salad, St. Elizabeth of Hungary Cake
Dinner: Turkey Dumpling Soup, cottage cheese and fruit
Lunch: quesadillas and salsa
Dinner: Oven-baked Barbecue Chicken, mashed potatoes, buttered corn
Lunch: take daddy to lunch
Dinner: Chicken Parmesan, pasta and sauce, salad, garlic bread, Flan
* Tried and true
* New to me