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Menu Plan Monday

Fall has arrived in our area.  We finally shut all the windows and my daughter complained all morning how cold she was (it was so dramatic!).   I will take the cold mornings because the afternoons are beautiful not to mention I love the changing colors that fall brings.  This week is a bit crazy, I am working full time this week (days yay!!), we are preparing for Kody's cross country sub-district race and homecoming dance (dinner at our house, so wish me luck!!). 
This Week's Menu
Monday: Bacon Mac & Cheese
Tuesday:  Surprise Meatloaf
Wednesday: Crock Pot Chicken Enchilada Casserole
Thursday: Picnic Night
Saturday: Homecoming Dinner TBD
Happy Fall Y'All!!
~Tiffanee

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  1. Love the menu planner, I keep thinking I should do that for myself! Surprise Meatloaf sounds interesting... Have a great week:@)

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  2. Yummy menu for the week! Picnic night sounds fun! :-)

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  3. Fall is the one time of year when I really miss the changing seasons that we lack in Phoenix. It is supposed to be a little rainy this week here and the high on Wednesday will be 78 degrees so that's something. Your homecoming dance dinner will be fabulous. Those are some lucky kids!

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  4. I just make crock pot chicken enchilada casserole...great minds! Wish I could have taken a picture of it for the website...that would require my camera! :)

    Having a crock pot recipe contest this week. Come check it out.

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  5. Good luck with your busy week!! I don't know how you do it all! Tell Kody good luck and have fun at the dance!

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  6. I have your blog under my favorites. Because I love a good recipe. ALL of your recipes look and sound delicious. I had to laugh about your daughter. Mine has been complaining too. I say put on a sweater. lol

    Debra

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  7. It's getting cold here, also. We've been loading up on wood and already have had to use the wood stove. I'm enjoying the colors of the trees, they are amazing.

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