Sunday Dinner, Bringing Family Back to the Table

What we did not plan on was that Sunday Dinner was to become a regular tradition combining food, camaraderie, and a chance to catch up on one another’s lives.

That first Sunday Dinner included just those girls and their own family or significant others and has since become a much anticipated event to include other folks who just want to enjoy the comfort of a sitting around a dinner table in the company of others.

The benefits for all were obvious with that first meal. I enjoy cooking and get to do so for an appreciative crowd. They get a great meal for free.

I get check in on them and to see how everyone seems to be doing with life in general. They get to hang out at “home, sweet home”.

As in many homes there are basic guidelines for conduct and for conducting a Sunday Dinner:

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Mostly loving tributes, a few bitter assessments, here & there, all written in the spirit of truth. Little Slices of Life, the one we claim we did not sign up for.

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