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Finishing out January

Saturday, January 30, 2010

I haven't weighed myself. We spent one night at a regional hospital this week. The only place open to eat was McDonalds. I am getting good at throwing out half the bun, but it still isn't the kind of food we cook at home. I will weigh again on February 1.

I have white chili cooking in the slow cooker. Smells really good.

Next week we help one of our kids move. I should plan some easy to prepare meals so we can avoid eating out. First I need to find out when the refrigerator will arrive. It might be easier to go to the store and pick up a rotisserie chicken.
This home is 25 miles from ours.
Perhaps something in the crock pot?

I am open to suggestions!
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  • ENUFF81020
    Our adult kids are still our kids and continue to need us, don't they. I am glad for that most of the time and really happy that they have learned to appreciate what we do for them.
    I love my slow cooker nad we use it at least every other day. It is nice to have ameal ready when I am ready to eat. White chili is awesome too.
    I hope that you both finished out January and started February in a satisfying way!!
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    3000 days ago
    Oooh a crock pot meal would be a wonderful option. Hope you figured something out and the move goes well.
    3003 days ago
    Crockpots are great! Search the Spark recipe site
    3007 days ago
    I love the crock pot. I worked full time when the kids were little and thank goodness for crock pot meals! Buying a rotisserie chicken is also a great idea. You can made so many things with it besides just eating the meat, salad, fajitas if you have a stove and some tortillas, and sandwiches. How about some cut up celery and carrots to munch on.
    3008 days ago
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