Do you eat together as a family? What does tea time look like in your home?
For me, it is an important coming-together time. It’s a place where we share not only our food, but our day.
We light a candle, often play some gentle music, say a prayer of gratitude for the meal, and dine together. According to recent statistics, this isn’t how most families spend their meals.
It is in this part of our daily rhythm where we will feel the biggest ‘hole’ when Bethany leaves for university in eight days.