Friday, February 10, 2012
OK well this week, my menu is going to run from Monday 2/13 through Sunday 2/19 I will most likely be linking it with organizing Junkie on Monday
Saturday:: Potato ham casserole - need recipe
Sunday:: Grilled cheese and cream of chicken soup
Monday:: Chicken and gravy over mashed, pears
Tuesday:: Beef and Broccoli over rice, mandarins
Wednesday:: Taquitos, mango slices
Thursday:: Stew and garlic bread
Friday:: Shrimp egg rolls, fruit salad
Saturday:: Hamburger gravy over steak fries, green salad
Sunday:: Chicken, mac and cheese, pineapple
Thanks for reading me hehehe. Hey Im having trouble getting a clip art to uploas - is this anything new here?? Again, thanks.....Julie
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Woven cotton/spandex twill. Machine wash. Imported.
- Side slash and back patch pockets.
- Button and zipper closure.
- Back vent.
- Abt. 24".
Short Straight Skirt
Fit: Feels true to size
Waist: Feels true to size
Length: Feels true to length
Pros: Nice Fabric, Nice Color, Easy Care, Body Hugging, Figure Flattering
Cons: I had to go up a size
Best Uses: Wear To Work, Special Occasions, Casual Wear, Christmas
Describe Yourself: Casual Dresser
Comfort vs Style: Comfort Driven
I did order up a size based on reviews I am glad I did. This skirt is great I wore it with a brown sweater and my new slouch boots and tights for Christmas,Totally cute. I am job hunting this would be a great outfit for that. This skirt lools and feels superiorly made. If there were more colors I would buy more. I washed and hung dry - some wrinlkes but not too many. It is a nice basic wardrobe piece for all seasons.
Woven polyester. Machine wash. Imported.
- Double breasted skirt suit.
- Shawl collar jacket, princess seams & mock pockets. Abt. 30'.
- Back slit skirt with elastic waist; abt. 29'.
Plus size suits - double breasted skirt suit in size...
lightweight material and runs small
Waist: Feels too small
Sleeve Length: Feels too short
Chest Size: Feels too small
Pros: Versatile, Attractive Design
Cons: Cheap Fabric
Best Uses: Interview
Describe Yourself: Trendy, Stylish, Practical, Budget shopper, Comfort-oriented
I bought for my 17 year old as she has several college interviews this spring. I have to return it because it is too small in the jacket It seems like I should have order 1 or 2 sizes bigger than usual. Material is very lightweight but that should be OK for spring/summer uses.Price was great. I also wish the jacket welt pockets were real pockets.
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Perfect plus size knit tunic flatters with ruching details at the V-neck...lengthens and slims with a fabulous fit.
- Short sleeves
- Straight hem with slits
- 30" long
- Washable cotton jersey knit, made in USA
Perfect knit tunic by All American Comfort®
Sizing: Feels true to size
Pros: Great Color, Versatile, Figure Flattering, Quality Materials
Best Uses: Going Out, Casual Wear, Work, Outdoor Activities, Travel
Describe Yourself: Stylish, Trendy, Comfort-oriented, Practical
These are the choice this year for the daily driver t's. The are nice and roomy, the classic fit I would like them a bit longer but they are long enough to cover the flabby part of my abdomen and while they are new I am wearing them as a tunic over leggings tucked into boots.
The v is deep but I am older so my chest has traveled south enough for it to be appropriate without too much cleavage.
I have washed both my white and black but did hang dry them to keep them nicer longer by the summer I will put them into the dryer for a more casual wear.
I would like to buy more colors and would recommend to a friend however, this item is already sold out.
Drawstring jeans guarantee that you get a perfect, comfortable custom fit. We provide the finest plus size jeans, plus size denim and plus size pants for the price.
- Back elastic waist
- Front slash pockets
My goal is to present an upgraded image
Waist: Feels true to size
Inseam: Feels true to length
Pros: Flattering Fit, Comfortable, High Quality Denim, Stylish, Versatile Style
Cons: Irregular Fit
Best Uses: Wear to School, Casual Wear, Wear To Work
Describe Yourself: Eclectic, Bargain Shopper, Casual, Classic, Career, Trendy, Sexy
I;ve been a stay at home mom who worked in my kids' school now it's time to get a "real" job so I needed to upgrade what I had economically. The jeans are a thinner cotton but comfortable. The black twill also comfortable OK for North CA winter but run a bit smaller than the jeans. I am 5'8 equal porportion usually wear size 24R but the twill I would order a 24T.I cannot wear heels with these but I don't wear heels so it's good on the inseam. Black twill needs ironing after washing and line drying the jeans do not yet they were dryer dried.
I will be ordering these and the shorts style again
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Sunday, November 21, 2010
shrimp stir fry over rice
Beefy rice, fruit slices
turkey casserole creation (1 dish wonder)
Monday, November 15, 2010
shrimp stir fry over rice
chx legs,potatoes,green beans
Monday, November 8, 2010
helper, green salad
rotisserie chx, stuffing, green beans
chx veggie soup and sammys
pot roast w/pots&vegs
It should stay in this order for the most part but everything is interchangable except for the BIG dinner on the 25th and the LO's it provides on following days..
Sunday, October 24, 2010
For the rest of the week we could use closer to $70 but I expect to have more like $25 so.....
at least a gallon of milk, $3* or $6
a box of cereal, $3*
a box of flavored oatmeal, $1.50*
a box of popcorn $2*
at least a loaf of bread $1.50* or $3
a package of lunch meat $1** up to $5
peanut butter $2* or 3
fruit snax $2 or $4
lunchbox goodies $2* up to $5
fruit/veggies $2** up to $10
bug spray $10
cash for lunch card $4*
* means priority ** means double it
November is upon us and I have to remeber to budget to have the kids home for an entire week at the end of the month along with the visiting grandkids I should expect almost daily and maybe a short visit from a few of the grown kids on a day or so that they have off from work and are not visiting their SO's families.
I did it!! I got my needed groceries for less than $25 to fill in for the rest of the week,till payday.
Hubs caught our 13 year old eating breakfast at school today after he ate breakfast at home 20 minutes earlier LOL Feeding teenage boys is busy work!!
I have linked this with GCC.
Friday, September 17, 2010
Monday, August 16, 2010
Thursday, July 8, 2010
have you seen this video? She's a hoot!!
Tue 13 Beef and Bean Nachos, fixings, grapes
Wed 14 Turkey and gravy over rice or casserole, green beans
Thu 15 Hot dogs, can beans, corn on cob
Fri 16 CP BBQ chicken sammys, KFC coleslaw
Sat 17 Hamburger helper, green beans
Sun 18 Frozen Pizza, Hearty Green Salad
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Mon 5:: Beef and Bean Nachos, fixings, fruit slices
Tue 6:: Turkey and gravy over rice, green beans
Wed 7:: Hot dogs, can beans, corn on cob
Thu 8:: Pozole, cheesy tortilla chips
Fri 9:: Hamburger patties, mac& cheese, steam broccoli
Sat 10:: Chili cheese fries, can mandarins
Sun 11:: Chicken Italiano, egg noodles, green salad
1. What do you look forward to the most on the 4th of July? Having someone else man the BBQ all I have to do is eat. And no house mess, we'll take it with us to the BBQ party
2. Are you a hugger? YES!!! Just ask my embarassed tweenage boys
3. What is your favorite BBQ'd food? Ribs and zucchini
4. Do you like to watch parades? Macy's thansgiving is my all time fav that one I would love to see in person otherwise it's just too darn hot unless my kids are involved!!
5. Who has stinkier farts..boys or girls? Hate to admit this but I think girls when hormones are involved LOL
6. Vampires or Werewolves? Werewolves
7. Do you read your horoscope? When I see it I do
8. What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Chocolate Brownie
Saturday, July 3, 2010
Breakfast and Lunches are where I am kind of lacking in both planning and quantity. However I have to remember that we supplement those menu plans with weekly $15 stipend, 1 meal of fast food once a week and finishing off or repurposing leftovers.
Lastly, I will be linking this with::links to come...