It's a no soccer weekend as the clubs have by-weekend when the public schools go on Spring Break - sounds like they'd be cancelled anyway by tomorrow's snow. My daughter will be on break, but my older boys won't until the following week. I'm also hoping for a better weekend than last. And I have a knitting class for my sweater - which I am at least a class behind on since I missed it last week. Permission to try and not let it bother me...
It's Friday, which for us means no meat, but I can't help but share a meat-a-licious recipe I cooked up on Monday. Leave out the meat in the sauce and maybe up the cheese in the layers, or add roasted zucchini or squash in meat's place if you're celebrating a meatless-day as well. I've said it before, I love The Pioneer Woman (her show, her blog, her cookbooks - have them both, her "romance novel" - have it, read it and her children's books - have one). I've made her Lasagna recipe before; it's totally yummy. The recipe on her blog is a little different that in her cookbook - nothing huge though. On the blog she uses mozzarella slices, in the cookbook - shredded. On the blog she uses dried parsley and basil, in the book - fresh. See no biggie. The only changes I made was that I used a pound and a half of Italian sausage instead of a pound of breakfast and a pound of ground beef instead of a pound and a half. Again, see no biggie. As with most Lasagna recipes it's a little time consuming to cook up and assemble, so you could totally do this in the morning and bake it later. It would freeze great, too.
Like I said, not your typical I'm-going-cropping quick meal for the family, but planned ahead, it could be done, or it's just a nice Sunday Dinner kinda-thing.
So if your plan is to create at some point this weekend, or maybe catch up your March Madness stuff for the week, then you'll need today's challenge. I'm a pretty clean-and-simple scrapper and because of that I think of things like, "I could have inked those edges" after I've laid down whatever and realized a little ink would have set the item off a little better. I do the same thing with torn edges - after the fact I realize it would have been a nice touch of texture. Today, add some kind of distressing to your layout, card or other paper project.
Remember to get your projects linked up by the end of the month under the various posts.