We have been busy bees this weekend!
Friday: We went to Twisted Root to Celebrate our 6 month Anniversary (1 week early! We are busy next weekend!) We were Fez and we got a free milkshake which just so happened to be my favorite kind (Cookie dough and brownie!) Yum!
Saturday: I started off my day celebrating with Christopher’s cousin Jennifer at another baby shower! Then I high tailed it to meet Christopher so that we could go to Brad and Melissa’s engagement party. After all the parties I had to go to work for the rest of the evening.
Sunday: Today we got up early and went to Mass. After Mass, we went to a reunion for the marriage preparation that Christopher and I had to complete before our wedding.
TANGENT: So I was super nervous about the 6 week marriage preparation we had to go through before the wedding, seriously I was super dreading it!!! Much to my surprise however, I honestly believe that it was the best thing Christopher and I have done as a couple! Not only did it get us to think of any and every scenario we might face in our marriage from finances to kids to healthy arguments to putting each other first, but we also got to get to know Mike and Judy, the BEST sponsor couple I could have ever imagined! They are fabulous!!!! To anyone getting married, I HIGHLY recommend finding something similar to what Christopher and I went through in preparing for our marriage!
ANYWAY…So we got to see Mike and Judy again, along with meeting other young married couples at our Church! We had a really wonderful time!
After Church, we went to visit my Nana, she hasn’t been doing that well, and I am so glad we went to see her, even though it was tough seeing her that way…
This afternoon, Christopher’s Dad came over and helped him put in our new tank less water heater! HELLO LONG HOT SHOWERS!!!! 🙂
While they worked, I cooked, and Oh Em Gee! Everyone needs to try this recipe! It was delicious!! We definitely enjoyed this one!!!!
Chicken Rollatini (A fun spin on Chicken Parmesan!)
- 4 Chicken breasts washed and cut in 1/2 down the seam to form 8 cutlets
- 3/4 a cup of Italian Bread Crumbs
- 1/2 a cup of Parmesan Cheese Divided into fourths
- 2 eggs
- 2 blocks of frozen spinach (20 oz total) defrosted and drained (Get all the water out!)
Last, smother with marinara sauce and top with remaining mozzarella cheese and place back in the oven for 5 minutes until cheese is melted and it looks all amazing like this:
Hope you enjoy!!!
Have a wonderful week!