We had a great weekend! On Saturday, we took advantage of Bank of America’s “Museums on Us” and went to the Ft. Worth Museum of Science and History for free. After that, we got frozen yogurt at Yogurtland in what’s called “Montgomery Plaza.” Yummy and refreshing on a very hot day! Then we went to a little local museum (free) called “The Leonard Museum” which was quaint and had interesting history of the Leonard Department Store and Subway. After supper, we headed home.
It’s great to check out the area around where you live (say a 50 mile radius) and make a day trip to museums and other areas of interest. Makes for a lot of good memories and doesn’t cost much.
This is the last week before teachers start back, so I don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. We have a lot to do and accomplish this week. Here’s our tentative menu:
Monday: Chicken tenders, fresh veggie medley (yellow squash, okra, and onion coated with corn meal and fried in olive oil just until tender – one of our favorites!)
Tuesday: Salmon Patties, corn, green beans
Wednesday: Chicken Pasta, salad
Thursday: Asian Chicken Fried Rice with Broccoli
Friday: Pizza, salad