Putting Dinner on the Table

We visited friends down the street for dinner. Even better than the delicious meal was seeing three generations of women working together to put the meal on the table, the most senior at the stove, the youngest counting out and placing silverware on the table, and the middle woman doing everything in between. It was a treat to feast on a meal so warmly prepared.

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6 Responses to Putting Dinner on the Table

  1. I love your images and what you say here…it is a beautiful thing to see women working together.

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  2. Beverly K Barrett says:

    Wow! It has been fun watching your skills progress. Thks

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  3. I love how you have simplified the shapes of the kitchen and how it contrasts and emphasizes the people.

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