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Goodbye November! / Random

I can't believe how fast time is going! I feel like we just moved, we've been in the new house for 5 months already! Well, so far so good. Thanksgiving turned out really well and I'm hoping Christmas will be even better. I don't have alot of money to do gifts this year but being here in a new place definitely feels like a Christmas present. I'm really happy to bring in the New Year here as well.


This is what happens when Mommy is tired... we have GF 7up cake with lemon & lime zest in it that my mommy made and LF ice cream for an after school snack.

(This is random) Ok, so I feel this is how your plate should look on Sundays for "Sunday Dinner" which I don't do lol! I was able to pretend like I made Sunday Dinner with the help of the leftovers from Thursday! 
;-)



Alright! the December Menu is up!! decorated by me and The Lil Chef! I rolled over the food that I was supposed to make in November and never got around to. I doubt if I make all of this because I am cooking for Christmas and New Year's.
I am really excited about the Salted Caramel Popcorn though! The Lil Chef is really looking forward to the Chicken and Broccoli stir fry again.
We'll see how much of this I get around to. (I know I'm far in advance with this but I definitely want to make myself some lamb for my 35th Bday in January!!!)


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