Food doesn't seem to be what's on ours.
Perhaps my table would tell you that nobody puts their things away before bed.
Perhaps our table would inform you of how busy and creative my children are.
Perhaps you would notice our table is the center of our home. . .
. . . that everybody likes to be together even if they are doing their own thing.
Or maybe you would just think we're a messy bunch.
I snapped these pictures at 6:30 AM 'cause I wanted to remember someday when they start finding their own way and making their own families what our table looked like when our kids were home.
|Signs of a busy evening.|
|a messiness to be grateful for|
|calculus homework, a couple of computers, calculator, charts|
|homeschool chemistry, watercolor paint supplies & kid paintings, a Christmas flower to pot, modeling clay|
|2nd grade homework, rush hour game piece, a little girl's violin with tapes & flags, rubber band & foam rest|
|craft projects, the recent Frontiers mission magazine - the children's edition, candles|
|a Bible, notebook and pencil|
|a stack of potential music for the upcoming wedding, a flute|
What's on YOUR table?
I dare you to share.