Life has sped up and I don't know about you, but dinner, being at the end of the day, often gets less attention that tasks that happen earlier in the day.
When I was a kid, somehow my mom got dinner on the table almost every night. Maybe with the exception of going out for pizza or Mexican food after Little League games when they finished late.
Our family may not have been perfect, and we probably had breakfast for dinner here and there, but we did sit down together for that one meal every night.
Now family life is even busier and sometimes it seems like it's more stressful to get a meal on the table.
I'm sure you know the feeling of feeling tired from the day and trying to switch gears and figure out what to make for dinner.
On the other hand, grabbing something to eat at a restaurant on the way home from wherever, isn't necessarily less stressful.
You have to get everyone to agree on where to eat, the food doesn't come fast enough for whoever's most hungry, and then when you get the bill, it really doesn't seem like it was worth it at all.
Seriously, wouldn't you rather save it for special occasions or date night without the kids!
Why eat at home?
"A good solution applied with vigor now is better than a perfect solution applied ten minutes later." - George Smith Patton, Jr.
I was wanting more than that. I was wanting my husband to change.
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