Some of my fondest memories from growing up involve sitting at the kitchen table. We sat and laughed and sat and talked and ate and laughed. . . When we go to Memom and Pop’s house the table is still important; it’s own character, of sorts.I love having everyone in the same place for a little bit of time and there’s all kinds of topics covered between bites and laughter and helping get someone’s kid to eat their veggies. This trip we did a bit of celebrating too. There was Jeremy’s birthday: Abigail said the catechism in its entirety and was awarded $100.And we talked and ate and talked and laughed . . . you get my point. . .