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For some reason, I volunteered to be a counselor at our community park recreation program over the summer. It’s all day, Monday through Friday, for two months out of the season. Granted, that’s where my kids were going to be, but I don’t know what I was thinking. I spent all school year waiting for summer to come so I could relax. Oh, I forgot to mention, I’m a teacher. Summers are my time. That’s when I get to refresh and reload for a new group of fourth graders the following year. Not me though, I’m going to spend the whole summer with kids too. Why not?
Both of my little ones were part of the program, so I think that’s what drove me to do it. I didn’t want to miss out on time with them. Even though they were in different groups, at least I could see them and share lunch together. That meant not a lot of time at home though before the hubby got home and dinner time arrived.
I had to continue with my simple weekday meals like this creamy chicken casserole from Relative Taste. We have this a few times a month. It’s so simple, and everyone likes it. We hardly ever have leftovers and if we do, they go to work with the man of the house the following day making for no waste!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Relative Taste.
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Quick Tip: You can use butter instead of margarine.