Ryan, wonderful husband that he is, said that he'd rather do what we usually do on Sundays--spending time as a family and following family time up with leftovers or quesadillas--than eat a nice meal on Sunday night. One (or both) of us would have to spend a significant time in the kitchen, away from the family preparing for that meal. Instead, after church, lunch, and naps, we play board games. Or go on a walk. Or fly our kites. Or even go to the park. I love our Sundays. And I'm glad I don't spend them in the kitchen.
(Side note: I am by no means saying that it is wrong to make a nice Sunday dinner--this is just what works for us!)
|Perhaps instead of even attempting any Sunday dinner, I'll just let the kids crawl around in the kitchen, eating whatever they can find on the floor--there's generally a banquet available down there!|