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I was so looking forward to summer vacation. Something about not having to pack a lunch for three kids every morning sounded pretty good to me. That, and not having to try and get three cranky kids out of bed every morning. I started counting down the days. The closer we got to the end of the school year though, the more events started popping up. Various camps, clubs, and sporting clinics were weasling their way into my relaxing summer. So much for that idea. Well, at least I wasn’t having to get up at the crack of dawn for these kinds of things so I had to stay positive.
The evenings were looking like they were going to be just as busy, if not busier! I decided I wasn’t going to go crazy over all that was happening. I was just going to make sure to do some good planning and organizing.
Part of that included getting easy meals that I could prepare on those nights when we were going to be running in seven different directions. This Johnny Marzetti casserole took first place after I made it once.
Recipe courtesy of NeighborFood. Photo credits go to Wikipedia.
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Quick Tip: Use whatever shaped pasta you have in the pantry.