I have just completed an entirely too long BLOG about homeschooling and it is very complementary to CC too!! So, I don't blame you if you don't want to read it, but for anyone who is interested in the details of how this family decided to homeschool...you may enjoy it.
I hereby declare that I'm going to bring a meal, a "mock" Chicken Pot Pie from Darla's favorite book called Fix, Freeze, Feast. Haven't tried it yet, but everything in there is great, so I'm hopeful that it will be great. Hope we have lots of exchangers this week!
I am missing everyone. Or is it just any other adult companionship that I am missing because I have been shut up in the house for 2 days and I'm afraid tomorrow will be 3. I usually get a good friend fix (and a hearty laugh) on Wednesdays when I meet Linda S. at the Library????
So, for anyone interested I got a few (too few) pictures at CC on Friday and they are posted as part of a web gallery that you can get to from my blog. I have set it up so you can download the pictures if you want. There is a link to my blog on the right hand side of this page. "no empty chairs"
Soon I will be writing up a big-ol post all about CC!! I'll let you know when I do.
Tomorrow I will be bringing 2 Easy chicken bake casseroles.
1 pkg. Stove Top, prepared as directed 2 lbs. chicken breasts cooked and cut up 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 bag of mixed veggies thawed
if thawed, cook at 400 degrees for 30 min. The recipe doesn't say this, but as soon as I get it out of the oven I am going to sprinkle cheese over it. Puts a little zing in it and the kids seem to like it better.
Okay, who's ready to get more efficient with their meal planning? Remember that New Year's resolution?! As long as you're cooking one pan of something fabulous, you might as well double it and exchange it. Voila - you've suddenly saved yourself an evening of cooking and clean-up time! Let me declare my intentions for this week: I will at least bring a pan of lasagna, possibly a sausage bread, if I get really energetic.
BTW, Darla found a great book on this topic called Fix, Freeze, Feast - check out the reviews on Amazon; it does look like a gold mine. Darla tells me that she's read tons of books on the topic, and this is the best, and she's tried some of the recipes, and they're great. She found it at the library, in case you want to check it out before you buy it.