Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Time Change

These pictures are from a few years ago but they still apply today. All the animals are crying to be fed on the old time. It always takes about a week to get them adjusted but until then it sure is noisy around here!



Breakfast was sausage, eggs, homemade hashbrowns, toast, and tea, juice
Lunch was leftover veggie beef soup, crackers, and grill cheese and tomato sandwich, ice water
Dinner was simple: hotdogs with chili and cole slaw, chips, and ice water
snack was sliced apples with peanut butter and homemade lemonade. We worked outside till dark so supper was a quick fix. Still 3 hot meals on a frugal budget.

8 comments:

Maple Lane said...

Hubby and I are much like your animals! We have trouble adjusting to the new time! I love to snack on apples this time of the year. Peanut butter with apples is a great snack. Hope you enjoy your day, Peggy.

Granny said...

Oh my gosh I love the picture of the goat reading the sign. You have such a wonderful sense of humor.

goatpod2 said...

My parent's and I are starting to live on a frugal budget plus most of our stuff is vegetarian type stuff and we use almond and rice milk here now.

Blessings,

Amy

TexWisGirl said...

it is very hard to get animals to shift their inner clocks!

Flier389 said...

Those are some great meals. As close as the goat that is reading your sign. He/she may need glasses.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Paggy, I am with the animals. I hate the time changes... It takes me about a week to adjust also....

Your 3 meals sound great to me... People don't realize that we can stay on a budget and have good and tasty food... Yours sounds GREAT....

Take care, my friend.
Hugs,
Betsy

PEA said...

I'm still trying to adjust to the time change! I usually wake up around 6 but now keep waking up at 5 since it's really 6 the old time...you know what I mean! lol I had to giggle when I saw the sign you posted for the animals! hehe Hopefully they'll adjust to the new time soon and me too!! Love ya sis. xoxo

Terry and Linda said...

I stay at the daylight saving time year round. I don't like the time change. ugh.

Linda
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