Last week included a trip out of town for work and a trip out of town for fun so dinner plans were nonexistent. This week is a little crazy in our world, too. Monday is my sorority meeting. I'm super excited to be back advising the professional sorority of which I was in as an undergraduate student after a break. Sigma Alpha is a tremendous opportunity for young women with a heart for agriculture. I'm even more excited that for tomorrow night's sisterhood event, they opted for yoga! I need it this week. :)
Tuesday is a big work day. The Nebraska Department of Roads is building a bridge about 2 1/2 hours from the office with a lot of innovative technology meant to reduce the time and cost of building a bridge on a low-volume road. I'm hosting an open house for roads professionals at the construction site. In addition, we are broadcasting a live web cam with time lapse photography that has been a bit of a headache this week. Fortunately, we installed with time to fix before too much happens on-site.
The middle of the week is quiet, which is good as Friday is a licensure exam for my job ... a six-hour exam with a six inch stack of study materials to go with it.
The rest of the family's schedule is normal this week except that harvest is ramping up and and G is starting to get busier at work, too.
Dinner this week will hinge on our ability to plan and execute! Here goes ...
- Beef stew with fresh potatoes and carrots, garlic bread, watermelon, and apple crisp
- Dinner out!
- Breakfast for Dinner - Scrambled eggs and toast or French toast or Apple pancakes
- Grilled bacon-wrapped sirloin filets, grill-roasted broccoli, fruit, and garlic bread
- Greek chicken, veggie TBA, watermelon
- Dinner out!
- Sausage, potato and green bean skillet dinner and fruit