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This can't be good....

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Okay, so it's Sunday night. 10:15pm. Monday normally follows Sunday, so I'm assuming that tomorrow is a work day. What's the big deal with that you ask? NO MEAL PLANNING!

How did I get here? The weekend is a blur of housecleaning, worship this morning and too long of a nap this afternoon...oh yes, and how could I forget...filling out the FASFA for my daughter in college...lovely. I detest taxes and things like that. I mean, you're certifying that everything is correct to the best of your knowledge, and do they even know what that means? The "best of my knowledge" is a broad and dangerous phrase. Does what "I have" even count as "knowledge?" I sincerely don't think so. And what if I make a mistake? Is someone going to come arrest me for my "lack of knowledge?" Will I be thrown in jail for trying to give my daughter more opportunity in life than I have had by going to college, when I didn't, with a system which you really need to have gone to college to even complete the forms that are necessary for someone to go to college? (You see how this becomes a vicious cycle don't you?)

Enough with that...

Thank God for whoever invented the canning process of black beans! My absolute favorite "go-to-I-have-nothing-planned-
to-eat" meal!! Boy that makes a unprepared Monday a bit easier. Open can, rinse beans, place in GLASS container for later microwave-reheating and voila - lunch is served!

Alrighty then...lunch - check. Breakfast is not a problem because I pretty much eat the same thing every day. So, all that's left is supper (as we Southerners call dinner!) I'm thinking a quinoa something-or-other tomorrow night will fit the bill. It's pretty quick and easy.

So maybe the situation is not as dire as I originally anticipated.....I'm such a drama queen....
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