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We had a low key week. After travelling to Alabama we wanted to stay around the house. Souwan and I did a major coupon shopping haul this week with all of our extra time. There was yard work, gardening, cleaning, laundry, unpacking, church and grocery shopping. Side note, we had a fun lunch with the pastor, his wife and some other church family at Cracker Barrel. We were able to purchase a lot of items this weekend. Our biggest haul to date. Before coupons we spent $182.57 and after coupons we spent $15.57! I can feel us reaching our goal. We have been saving for a heat pump and a trip to Disney World.

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Our garden is doing good. We used some basil and cilantro for my Pho.
 
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Souwan wanted pho this week. I think I could live off this noodle soup! We used a lot of veggies from our garden for garnish. The jalopenos are from my friend's garden. Yummy!
 
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Souwan made a broccoli casserole.
 
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I made siracha chicken and cucumber salad (mixed with string beans). Souwan loves siracha so I wanted to try this recipe. It turned out better than I expected! He loved it.
 
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