At the dinner table, we often play a game with our kids called, High, Low, and What Do You Know. Each person tells about the best thing that happened to them that day, the worst thing that happened, and one thing they learned.
It is always insightful. Almost every night, Greg says his high is getting to eat dinner with the family; when he is home, that is. That has become the running family joke, but he is genuinely grateful to eat with us. And, of course, we love to have him there to enjoy a healthy meal and some good conversation. The discussion is always more lively with him around. Frankly, it would be boring without him to facilitate talk of scriptural things, such as the Song of Solomon. Like I said: lively.
I love hearing about things that make my kids happy and sad. And I’m always relieved to hear that they are, in fact, learning something each day while they are out of my care. Bless those teachers!
In the spirit of our family dinnertime tradition, I thought it would be fun to facilitate the same thing here, with a little modification to keep things positive. I will now use Fridays to tell you the best thing that happened to me during the week, the best article that I have read, and one thing that I learned. You can do the same in the comments section if you feel so inclined, and we can get to know each other.
Alright, let’s get started:…