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Do you and your family have Sunday lunch together every week as was once customary?


Did you used to have a roast for lunch with everyone? Have you stopped doing that? Why? What do you do instead?

 

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    Penelope Hart (GoodLady) 5 years ago

    We always used to eat a family roast on Sunday. But because we live in Italy and somehow because a roast is not what they do here, we have stopped doing it - such a shame. Thanks for your answer; I wish we still upheld the traditions.


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    Penelope Hart (GoodLady) 5 years ago

    What a wonderful answer. Thank you. We to used to put the joint in before going to Sunday church, then come home and the house smelt so wonderful. We always ate a Sunday lunch together too, wonderful memories.

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    Penelope Hart (GoodLady) 5 years ago

    Brava - geniale. Glad you are making it work !

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    Penelope Hart (GoodLady) 5 years ago

    So your mum and nan have Sunday lunch and think of you!

    I think it's important for families to get together as regularly as possible too, otherwise life gets in the middle and takes that special time away. once it's gone, it's gone.

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    Penelope Hart (GoodLady) 5 years ago

    That is so good for you all as a family. Keeps you united. Appreciate your good share.

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    Penelope Hart (GoodLady) 5 years ago

    That's beautiful and a way to stay close.

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    Penelope Hart (GoodLady) 5 years ago

    Precious one time a week. Long may it last.

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    Penelope Hart (GoodLady) 5 years ago

    Sounds like you're all making it happen as much as you can. My family are sprawled round everywhere and so we can't get together. Miss Sunday lunch.