… both food and food for thought!
My family has been doing something really cool lately. We’ve been playing with The Meal Box… “fun questions and family faith tips to get mealtime conversations cookin’.” Here, have a listen to one question we did this week (4:14 min.)
I want to invite you to join yet another conversation!!! 🙂 Actually, the authors of The Meal Box are inviting you. I’ll let Bret speak for himself!
I’m Bret Nicholaus, and I have to confess that I have an unusual passion: I just LOVE asking questions that help family members and friends learn fun and fascinating things about each other. I’ve been writing question books for the last 16 years, so this “interest” is nothing new. What IS new to me is the opportunity to interact with all of you via MyMommymanual.com. I can’t wait to get started and see where the questions—and ensuing conversations—lead.
Joining me will be Tom McGrath, who has written several books on family spirituality. Recently, Tom and I co-created The Meal Box: Fun Questions and Family Faith Tips to Get Mealtime Conversations Cookin’. Tom and I both believe that mealtime affords one of the best opportunities to help families grow in their love for one another and in their spiritual life—and a helpful way to do that is to begin with a FUN question!
So let’s get started with a question from The Meal Box. Send in your answers and we’ll get the conversation going!
If you could change one thing about the way your favorite holiday is celebrated, what would you change?
As you can tell from our audio, The Meal Box is a way that I connect with my kids. And I appreciate that fact that we talk over the meal I’ve prepared rather than just rushing off to the next activity. That in itself is worth it’s retail price of $9.95. Want to start some conversations around your dinner table?
You can win The Meal Box FREE by leaving a comment or audio comment below.