It’s been 5 years when my mother in law died. After a year of her loss, my father in law also passed away. But until now we can’t overcome the grief of losing them. I really loved my parents in law; they have treated me just like their real daughter.
I remember when I was still in college; my cell phone was confiscated by my professor. It’s because during our exam one of my classmates phone rung, and since nobody wants to admit who’s cell phone it was my professor confiscated all our cell phones. And we can only get it back if we will bring our parents or guardian at the Dean’s office. At that time, my mother don’t know that I already have a boyfriend and the cell phone was a gift from him. That’s why I am so afraid to tell her what happened. I ask Noel (he was only my boyfriend then) to help me.
What we did was to ask his father to act like my guardian, and without any hesitation he agreed to do it. I am so thankful to him, my friends and classmates knew that he was my boyfriends’ father and that they were all amazed that I have the strength to bring him to the school.
My mother in law was also a very kind woman. On the day of my graduation, she gave me her old purse and a bracelet (unfortunately I lost it, and I hate myself for that up to this day)
I really missed them; they did not even saw my son. I discovered that I am pregnant after a year of my father’s in law death.
My son really looks like him. I hope my husband and I can be as good parents as they were. I know they are very happy in the place wherever they are right now and I believe they are still watching over us.
Unlike others, who hate their parents in law. Mine is really different, I loved them so much and I am so blessed to have them.
Jimayda Banaag says
You’re so lucky you got in laws that are kind hearted. It’s right you’re thankful for having them. Not all of us are as lucky as you mmy.
Mommy Levy says
yes I know mumsh, and I miss them so much. Ang dami nilang ginawang mabuti sa’kin pati na din sa family ko. Wala akong maisip na negative sa kanila.
Aww, what a wonderful post, nakakatouch!
You’re lucky to have such great in laws, not everyone can have that kind of luck. 😉
Thanks cashmere for the nice comment. I missed them so much.
We will visit them in the cemetery this Sunday.
Really happy for you..
Not many people have that bond you have with your in-laws.
I share your sorrow and I think they’ll be sharing your happiness as well, in heaven.. 🙂