kitchen cabinets. Thursday , May 11th , 2017 - 04:40:11 AM
Finally dinner time arrives, we rush round laying the table in the studio, set around a huge rustic oak table, candles are in wine bottles, cushions and rugs are scattered and a warming wood stove is lit to set the scene.. The starter is prepared, the wine is uncorked and the mood is set. Everyone reveals who they would share their last meal with, (check out our latest blog A Table For Twelve); what they are most grateful for, do we feel complete or incomplete with our day, and having declared ourselves IN at the start of the day, so we need to declare ourselves OUT of the experience ITS LIKE TWO BOOKENDS CREATING A SAFE CONTAINER. We then settle down for the most enjoyable of evenings with good conversation, much connecting and bonding being carried out, delicious food, English wine and great conviviality.
Well, nothing went wrong at all, just the devastating news that Simons Dad passed away the evening before. Simon agonised over whether or not to cancel the event, was it disrespectful to carry on when the family was trying to come to terms with this sad, sad news? Simon shared with his mum, Margaret how he felt about running the event,and asked her what she would like him to do. That felt good to move with the uncertainty Simon was holding.. Simons lovely Mum, told Simon in no uncertain terms that it was essential to carry on with the day, Mick would have wanted it. So was our perfectly planned day of food and joy now going to be a day of misery and sadness?
It is imperative that you store your kitchen cutlery equipment such as scissors, knives, and even forks should be kept in a place out of the reach of small children. Similarly, your glassware should also be kept in a cupboard that is beyond their reach as these can easily break and cause potential injury. Appliances with sharp edges should also ideally have covers or at least be secured. Food processors should be stored properly as curious small hands can easily reach into a dangerous spot.
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