On Sunday after church, we have the delight of the family joining together for lunch at our house. The girls and I do the meal preparation work because we want to give the mommies a break. Typically we have the same simple menu, one we started years ago when Steve wanted to make Sunday more of a rest day for me. Steve, with the help of the girls and me, makes up a huge batch of burrito beans every few months that we freeze and defrost for Sunday lunches.
Bean burritos with fresh homemade whole wheat tortillas
Chips and salsa
Recently we moved to buffet style and paper goods to simplify. We reached the maximum size of our dining table seating—18—and have a high chair at each corner of the table, and we are still a few more than that.
Our Sunday lunches are happy, loud, and a sweet time of family connection.
Trusting in Jesus,
Abby and Bethany often help Sarah make tortillas. Abby has been Sarah’s apprentice for so many years that she can easily roll them out herself.
“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren
to dwell together in unity!”