Kitchen Story Talk…
I started dating a gentleman about 27 years ago; I was transparently honest with him regarding my inadequacies. I was also vulnerable regarding my mild aversion to cooking in the kitchen. Clearly, I remember telling him that I am not the type of woman that will spend hours in the kitchen cooking meals and enjoy cooking them; I said to him that when I step into the kitchen for an hour, he can be rest assured that I will come out with about four dishes and that will be it. This guy was so in love and is still very much in love that his positive response to me was that he was perfectly fine with that. He ended up getting married to me.
So, almost three decades ago, he was ready to be committed to someone that was not ready to prepare meals every day, and he was okay with it. Wow!!!!.. Indeed I won the JACKPOT.
But as the saying goes, when you love someone, you will cross oceans to make them happy..with time, I learned to love cooking his favorite meals at least.
However, God has other plans for the use of the kitchen in my life. Apart from learning to cook so many meals via Instagram and all those beautiful youtube videos, I have also used the kitchen as prayer altars for my family and my personal needs numerous times. I have settled scores of conflicts between my children while cooking for them, I have worked on my laptop in between chores, and I have also resolved some arguments with my hubby in that same spot.
However, the one that took my breath away was the idea of the “Kitchen Talk Show” that was birthed in that same kitchen that I used to despise. Last Saturday, the show’s first edition was recorded there with me sitting behind the desktop on the kitchen table while taking part with so many people across the oceans.
So, what is that one thing you can’t stand?
It may be what the Lord wants to use to help set some people free.
So many people have shared their Kitchen Talk Stories with us, and I am looking forward to reading more of such stories and sharing their stories with the world. So, let’s keep the stories coming and the shows going on zoom…Thanks a lot for using your talents to improve the lives of others. Our next Kitchen Talk Show is on Saturday, September 4th, and the focus will be on setting boundaries within our relationships.
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This is inspiring, well done Sis