Which is the most important room at home?
A- Living Room
B- Study Room
C- Bed Room
In my opinion, the Kitchen.
It is a place of many wonders, When it is well controlled, it is a place of healing, substance, sustenance, peace, experimentation, exploration, cleansing, and more.
Primarily, it is a place of culinary activity, but from this activity, members at home get fed. Without a filled stomach, there will be no energy for anything else. And the saying goes that the best way to a man’s heart to through the stomach (no you don’t gut a man to get there!) and for that, your mum has always been able to achieve that.
But more than that, she has many failures in the kitchen, trial and error, She damaged the oven when she ‘over roast’ the pork and smoked the entire kitchen! But more important she is able to learn through an acceptance of trial and error, and with experimentation and exploration.
You, Ian had your share of exploration, when you learned to make your own cookies some time back. So it was a place for you to learn your math, and of volume and matrices.
It is a healing place, as that is where we store all our meds., and the kids’ meds has to be refrigerated. And the fridge is where the kitchen is.
We do our laundry in the kitchen too, our washing machine is there, all the vomits and soiled clothing get their fair share of cleaning.
Our kitchen is a place of peace, everyone comes in with something agreeable. Then again, it is not always so, as there are times we have to fight you boys to feed you boys meds, especially you, Wayne, eating your meds is always one of our greatest challenges.
So there you have it, my take on the most important room at home.
Original version posted 1 March 2014