Foodie Friday

Hey All! Hope you have had a sunny week. The weather around here had been too good to us (still) so I am hoping that doesn’t mean a not so awesome summer like last year.

Anyways, our week… We had park time, bike rides, I finally got up my gallery wall in the bonus room (it took me a year to gather everything for it) and an evening run.

I am starting to embrace the floral trend more and picked up this dress for $20 this week:

And I also dug out this oldie this week:

We also had an appointment for Miss. Chloe and it looks like we are off all dairy – even lactose free things for a bit to try and rule out a dairy protein intolerance versus lactose. This just means different milk for her (rice milk she loves!) and being extra cautious on the dairy side of things.

Meal planning. Next week is a tad crazy so I tried to keep things easy for us.

Saturday – Blackened Shrimp Tacos – Budget Bytes

Sunday – Chicken Kale Caesar Wraps & roasted broccoli  – Budget Bytes

Monday – Egg Salad sandwiches & sweet potato fries (

Tuesday – Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup & cornbread – Cooking Classy

Wednesday – Pesto Pasta with Tomatoes and Broccoli – ifoodreal

Thursday – OUT

Friday – Pizza – kind undecided 😉

This weekend we are planning a bike ride, a trip to Sunnybrook farm, our long run and a community clean-up and BBQ Sunday – should be a great weekend!
Lindsey

4 thoughts on “Foodie Friday

  1. thebexfactor

    Love that dress with the blazer. Good find!

    Poor Chloe and no dairy! Girls gonna miss out on ice cream!

    Have a great weekend.

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    1. arunningtale

      Thanks! The dress was $20 at Sears of all places!
      Right? She was allowed lactose free ice cream before but now I will switch to coconut. Just means we only get ice cream treats at home this summer so it fair for her too!
      You too!

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  2. Alison

    LOVE that floral dress! I love that kinda floral! Oh man no dairy is so hard worth it if needed for sure! Hope you had a great weekend!

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