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And the crazy begins

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

So Tuesday didn't happen like it was supposed to-at least not the menu. A funeral arose at the church and they asked me to cook for that. So I cooked. And totally forgot to thaw the chicken! emoticon

I had beef stew left over from Monday, so I tried to heat that. Well, I did heat it. And burned it to a crisp! I got the char off some of it and had that for dinner. With a LOT of salad 'cause it was not that good. But I stayed ON menu. I also had way too much chocolate pudding, but I forgive myself for that. This time.

Tonight I'll make the chicken and roasted cabbage and add the green beans for good measure. That has to be preceeded by cleaning the kitchen again, though. So my plan for this afternoon is to get home and follow these steps:
1. Get out chicken to thaw!
2. Do the dishes.
3. Put away any thing taking up counter space that isn't essential.

After the chicken thaws:
* Marinade the chicken.
* Clean and prep the cabbage and preheat the oven.
* Pull out the flank steak to thaw for Thursday.

If you're still reading this, then bless you! emoticon This is really just a list of reminders for me that makes it look more doable.
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  • v EDDYMEESE
    You can do it!
    1050 days ago
  • v PGHP31CK
    Keeping lists is a great way to stay on track with any project!

    Good for you, for going back and updating your food tracker -- that's excellent!

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    1050 days ago
  • v JENNA3
    It's also worth noting that I went back this morning and updated my food tracker for Monday and Tuesday. Including everything I hadn't planned to eat. That's a huge step for me. If I'm not honest on there, then what's the point?
    1050 days ago
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