Sometimes I am amazed at how slow the days seem to go, but then I am equally amazed at how fast the weeks go by. Why is that? How can that work? So here is our week of slow days that flew by :)
Sunday: Sunday dinners don't have to be fancy. We had chicken chip soup which is hands down probably the most favorite recipe of our whole family, and it is so easy! I think it was originally called "six can chicken soup" and I think I found in on allrecipes.com, but we call it chicken chip soup. All you need are the above 6 cans, then grated cheese and tortilla chips to garnish when heated. So easy! So, grab a pot and get ready--mix one can chicken broth with 1 can cream of chicken soup until smooth. Then add 1 can black beans (do not drain), 1 can cooked chicken, 1 can corn (drain) and 1 can diced tomatoes (we blend them up first so no one can actually see they are eating tomatoes :) Heat and serve with cheese and chips. You don't have to use canned chicken, you can cook your own and put it in about 1 1/2 cups. I am so glad it is getting to be soup weather!
Monday: For Labor day we got a big surprise--our chickens, which were born in April, laid their first eggs! Miss E was the lucky one to find 2!!! So looking forward to fresh eggs!
Tuesday: I picked up Miss E and Mr J from school today. They usually ride the bus, and I got this picture of them carefully looking both ways before they crossed the street to get in the car.
Wednesday: Grandpa was out of town today, so Nana needed a buddy to spend the night with her so she wouldn't be lonely. It is very convenient that she works at Mr J's school as his librarian, so Mr J got to be Nana's date and go out to eat with her and then spend the night and go to school with her. He was super excited and they had a great time! A school night sleepover, doesn't get any better than that!
Thursday: Miss A #3 at the net ready to go for her volleyball game. She is awesome at serve receive--gets the ball exactly where it needs to be.
Friday: We have some friends that moved to our town from Mexico, and her mom (who speaks no English) was visiting from Mexico, so they had us over for dinner for Mole (chocolate chicken) and it was very good. Here I am with my friend and her mom--now normally in any picture that I am in, I am the shortest, but I sure felt tall compared to these friends--that is rare :)
Saturday: Mr J and Miss E disappeared this afternoon, and I found them in the front yard. When I asked what they were making they said, "A fairy house." Ah, love it! Making fairy houses is the best!
Hope you all had a good week!