I had the blessing of having a mother-in-law and father-in-law who I loved and enjoyed; I only wish we’d have had more years together.  They and my parents raised their families in different ways, yet with great love and desiring their children to know the Lord.

I know that not everyone has the experience of good in-laws, but there is something I just don’t understand.  Both in person and through social media, too often do I hear people speaking poorly of their in-laws and complaining about how difficult they are.  
Here’s what I don’t get about that . . . how can the people who birthed and raised the man or woman you loved so much that you couldn’t live without them (thus you got married) be so awful?  Didn’t they have to do something right to raise such an amazing son or daughter as your spouse is?  How can you capitalize on that and build your relationship with them on that perspective?

Happy Mother’s Day to my second Mom Eleanor.  Thank you for loving and accepting me.  I hope if you and my mom are visiting in Heaven you aren’t trading too many stories about me – ha!!!!

*********************************************************************************For those of you who have already voted for me in the writing contest- THANK YOU!!!  If you haven’t, would you take a moment to help me? I have submitted an entry in a writing contest.  Readers get to vote for those who will make the “first cut”.  Votes are accepted through May 31.  You can vote for as many entries as you choose, but only one vote will be counted for each entry. Here is the link:  Read and Vote here.      Would you take a minute to read and then vote for me?  Thanks so much!  If you would like to share this link on your Facebook, or other social media to help me get more votes I’d be grateful!

Published by JemB

I am wife to one amazing man Jerry, sister to one very gracious woman, aunt to the 13 best nieces and nephews (including grands!) out there, and thrilled to be reconnected with our two "daughters of our heart!" Best of all, I am a child of the King. I don't always see myself as a princess, but my Dad is Creator, Sustainer, Lord and King. I was built to encourage and connect people - especially those affected by disability.

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