The "Family Dinner" question.
Where do you and your family eat the evening meal? It just seems like, more and more, families aren't together for a meal very often, and if they are, everyone is sitting in front of the TV.
As a child, we ate "supper" at the table and the TV was not even turned on. We had conversations with each other and talked about our day. I cannot even begin to relate how much I learned from my parents, and other adults, while seated around the dinner table and just listening.
On a special occasion, we might be allowed to eat in the living room and watch TV. (The main times I remember were at Easter, during the 10 Commandments and maybe for The Super Bowl)
Of course, I grew up in the era of rotary phones, NO remote control for the TV and the morning and evening newspaper.
Just thinking that some of the kids that have been banned from eateries might benefit from eating a meal, at a table, with the rest of their family and actually being subjected to a conversation and face to face encounters, as opposed to a series of text messages.
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