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Friday night I made dinner with what we had in the house, and it turned out so well!
Goat cheese, basil, roasted red peppers, and tomato stuffed chicken breasts
I didn't use a recipe, but instead took out from the refrigerator what I wanted in the chicken, and went to town. I chopped up a package of fresh basil, mixed it with one of those small logs of goat cheese, roasted a red pepper and chopped it into strips, and sliced up a tomato. I then cut the boneless skinless chicken breasts in half lengthwise, laid the red peppers in first, spooned in the goat cheese, and topped it with the tomatoes to keep the goat cheese in. I set them up sideways in a Pam sprayed glass pan, baked at 350* for about 40 minutes, and served over quinoa. It was delicious and stayed moist because it cooked in it's own juices.
Saturday morning I worked out, and then I placed a super huge order from Bath and Body Works that only cost me $28 with shipping because of their semi-annual sale. We're out of the hand soap, and it's my favorite.
So for $28 I got 5 of the soaps, 5 hand sanitizers, a body mist, and three of the mini Paris lotions. I was pretty pleased.
I spent the rest of the day balancing wedding budgets, watching Father of the Bride, emailing wedding people, and just overall getting caught in a wedding haze. I honestly can't tell you all that I did...
Sunday was by far my most productive day. I went for a run outside and found a new trail and ran a new path, and it was lovely.
Then I picked up all the supplies I needed to make my escort cards at Joann and traipsed to a lone firework stand in the middle of a grassy parking lot to find sparklers...that they didn't have.
I came home and got to work on the escort cards, table assignments, and guest bag tags.
I found an ingenious idea on Pinterest on how to do table assignments, so instead of getting lost in the land of moving people around in pen, I wrote everyone down on a sticky label, color coded the labels based on who they were (orange for my friends, blue for Tim's family, etc.), and drew circles on three pieces of paper. Then I went to town placing them, and when I moved people from table to table, it was easy. I just picked up their sticky and moved it to a different table. All in all the process took me a little over 2 hours I'd say, and it's done and we're content.
Sunday night I watched my Sunday reality television and then called it a night.
I think I'm mostly done with the teeny wedding things, and I just want it to be here already!!
July 21st cannot come soon enough!
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