Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, [be] honour and glory for ever and ever. Amen.
LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL... but don't most Moms feel this way about their future daughter-in-laws?
Well I am sure my MIL wished she could send out something like this except that it would be embarrassing to admit to the wider community who her son was marrying - she liked to dress me up in Shalwar kameez and tell people I was Kashmiri - which would mean I would have to remain mute since I can only speak a few punjabi words and "where are the keys" doesn't fit that well into many conversations.I really hope I wont be this way... my Mom isn't, bless her heart - (and one of my brothers is a doctor) I have never heard her ever say a bad thing about my brother's wives or my sister's husbands. I have heard her chew my brothers out for not being good enough husbands.... I hope I will be like her because I only have sons - so I don't want to alienate them or their wives and children.
oops meant to say brothers' wives - none of my brother's practice polygamy - one of the perks of living in the US (for women that is)
Chaabi was my daughter's first word she learned in Urdu! LOLKashmiri? Wow.... Good for your Mom though- it's just MIL don't particularly fancy their son's wife so when you find them getting along and actually like each other, it's a definite plus!
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