Let’s just lay it all out on the Table…
Honesty, simplicity, and a side of humor. Family life is the glue that holds our society together. It’s within this context of family that we develop our identities, we learn how to love and rest, and we hopefully eat good food! That’s what our presence here is about. As a young family of five (plus one giant dog), we desired a creative outlet where we could share a snippet of some of our favorite recipes, DIY’s, and simple presence. We love our small town living and wanted to be able to give back to our community in a way that is practical and fun. A blog is the perfect space!
I don’t know about you, but we don’t have it all together–and we’ll be honest about that! But that’s what makes us normal (right?!?!). Yet young family life–the good, the ugly, and the messy, is something to be celebrated! And so we welcome you into some snippets of our daily lives. Here we hope you’ll find some fine cuisine, not only for your table but also for your soul. We are grateful for the many ways in which God provides! And when you build a big table (maybe David will show us how to do that), you invite your friends over for dinner and fun.
Welcome to our house! You are family here.
David’s Bio: David is the steady North. World traveler by day, foodie by night. Daddy keeps it real by cooking up family brunch, monitoring how many lights are turned on in the house, and creating custom wood work pieces.
Sarah’s Bio: Sarah is the joyful Everywhere. Mom-central by day, flying Tinkerbell by night. Mama is in charge of everything from cuddles to schoolwork, spends way too much time sweeping the floor, and enjoys dabbling in art, writing, and holistic health.
Ella, Lucy, Oliver: The Humphrey kids. Their diet consists of laughs, sibling arguments, and hugging. You’ll love their flair for life, their dreams of being YouTube stars, and the compassion they have for others.
Lola: She’s the family dog. St. Berdoodle by breed, she keeps us cuddling and eats our straggling shoes.
“Keep it Simple, Keep it Free:
Honor One Another with Love & Good Deeds.”