Hello, God. It's me, Mara.
Last updated 5/15/2020 at 7:35am
Isn't it interesting, Lord, to note that the word "household" can be defined as an "occupied dwelling that has its own entrance - and a kitchen?" These views are gleaned from "Its Own Entrance and a Kitchen," by Richard G. Champion, as follows:
"One ponders over 'households' with fragmented families multiplying. Households are for eating and sleeping, among other things. A bedroom isn't really necessary as one could sleep in a chair or on the floor in the kitchen.
"A door, yes, to go in and to go out, but a kitchen? Why a kitchen? That's where food is fixed and everyone has to eat – eve...