I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter! We had a beautiful day with lots of sunshine.
Here are the ways I saved this past week:
My grocery deal of last week was Strawberries for $1.25 a quart and a pineapple for .77 at Meijer. I bought 19 quarts of strawberries and made around 25 jars (both half pints and pints) of strawberry jam. I also made biscuits for the grandchildren while they were here.
I crocheted a couple of dishcloths while I watched it rain. I believe it has rained for a couple of weeks off and on. Until it dries up we will have to do inside work. We are getting stuck in the mud in the backyard. The good news is this week looks like a much better week in the weather department.
Grandson figuring out his last clue.
I got many of my ideas for the hunt from a book that was free in March (it is not free as of right now) called, Great Easter Egg Hunts.
I accepted a gallon of milk and some bologna from our daughter who was afraid it would go bad before she could use it.
Menu for this week:
Monday Ham and Cheese omelets
Tuesday Hot ham and cheese rollups (low carb) with leftover shuck beans
Wednesday Pizza (low carb) with ham on top
Thursday anything leftover
Friday Grilled Chicken and a salad
Saturday Chicken fajitas (made with the grilled chicken)
Sunday Out to eat
Goals for this week:
Crochet a couple of more dishcloths and make dish scrubbies
When the ground is dry enough I need to rake the yard, clean up wood pile, etc.
What did you do last week to save money?