This Week’s Menu, March 5, 2017

Menu for the week of March 5, 2017

Breakfast: Sausage and eggs
Lunch: Soup
Dinner: Baked chicken

Breakfast: Biscuits and gravy
Lunch: Leftover chicken on salad
Dinner: Steak

Breakfast: Oatmeal
Lunch: Tuna fish sandwiches
Dinner: Shrimp stir fry

Breakfast: Leftover steak and eggs
Lunch: Corndogs
Dinner: Salmon with quinoa

Breakfast: English muffin toast
Lunch: Grilled cheese
Dinner: Meatball sandwiches

Breakfast: Kolaches
Lunch: Burgers
Dinner: Pasta with garlic bread

Breakfast: Breakfast out.
Lunch: Lunch out
Dinner: Taco salad

You might have noticed that this web site looks empty.

The other day I was trying to modify my blog with some code, and I messed up–Big Time. I lost my entire theme. After an hour with a very nice Support person, he managed to get my web site up without it’s original theme. What a nightmare!

In a way, it might be a blessing. I’ve been thinking about changing my theme. Nothing drastic, just something new. I’m still mulling over a few layouts. I guess I could rush out and put my old theme up but I’m afraid if I did that, I’d cop out and not change it at all.

So bear with the emptiness a few more days until I decide what to do.

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    • Lynn: I nearly cried when i lost the web site. I’m so glad there are such smart people in the world to pull me out of the holes I dig for myself. LOL.

      I’m taking my time finding a new theme. I’m hoping it might be this week, but it might take longer depending on what else happens. I never expected so many things to happen at once. I’ll explain more on Monday.

  1. I did notice the difference in how your blog looked! Hope it gets worked out. I may not always comment on your Sunday menu posts but I do look at them; I like to get ideas on what others are making to see I can use them in my weekly planning. Three days out of the week we have son/family over with a “picky” 11-1/2 year old step daughter. Always a challenge to make sure there is something she’ll be able to eat (and I know I shouldn’t cater to her, but I do, LOL). Thankfully now that the wee one is over a year old and eating table foods, we are introducing what we eat and resolving not to cater but introduce a variety of foods that he hopefully he will like 🙂


    • Betty: It’ll get worked out. It becomes so overwhelming at first when everything goes kablooey. Now it’s back to the drawing board and figure out which themes work well with the plugins I need to use.

      Thank you for stopping by. I’m glad the menus are useful.

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