Growing up Sunday Dinners were a big deal in my family. I come from a family of women who are great cooks. Our house always smelled with an appetizing aroma from all of the delicious meals my grandmother and mother prepared. Coming from a big family with strong Christian traditions, Sundays were the day that we worshiped God at church and it was also the day that we all sat around the table at the same time and shared a home-cooked meal.
Our meals consisted of foods such as fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, dressing, homemade rolls, pepper steak and rice, collard greens, peach cobbler, an assortment of homemade cakes from scratch, and the list could go on. More important than the food was the quality family time we shared and the lively conversations that could be heard.
Sunday dinner was a time to reconnect with family members after the hustle and bustle of the work week. Sunday dinner was so well known at our house that often times we would have a friend or church member to stop by knowing that my grandmother and mother had prepared a scrumptious meal with tender love and care. Going forward, this blog will be produced with that same spirit of “Sunday Dinner.” This blog will be a place for us to reconnect and share with one another after the busyness of the week. We will be able to talk about various topics and continue to share information to create our lifestyles for success. Most importantly, I hope this blog will inspire its readers to revisit “Sunday Dinners” and reconnect with family, friends, and others that you share a relationship with as we live our best lives now.
Please feel free to share any “Sunday Dinner” topics you would like to see discussed on this blog or any topic you may want more information on. Lets get back to having “Sunday Dinner” and sharing more quality time with those we love.
Creating Lifestyles for Success,