Thursday, March 18, 2010

Letter That I'll Never Send #2: To My In-Laws

Dear my In-Laws,

I would like to thank you for raising a good responsible son. You have raised him in a well-mannered way and am grateful for that. Though I haven't met you, I am sure that you are in a good condition there at God's hands. As heard from your son's stories, I can tell how you love him with all your heart and how great good parents you are. You are both cool and responsible as well. Your baby book that you have written as a diary book of my husband (your son) from the day he was born until the day he was in his own memories, I can tell he really treasured it and love you so much too. And also the little spoon and fork story he shared to me that he stashed it because it was given by you and let it be treasured was an amazing one. Though the fork was misplaced but the cute little spoon was still here in fact, he gave it to me to keep it and put in a treasured place. That was cute and sweet of him, thank you for it. I also seen the pictures of the two of you. I cannot forget those especially the one that you are wearing your nurse uniform and cap and to you FIL, the one that you are holding a very big fish that you caught. Also the pictures of the two of you while you were attending FIL city councilor's meeting and the other images were taken as FIL was having his speech and having a conversation with his fellow officials, those were adorable. You were also taken while you guys were on the table eating and laughing. Those were such black and white big images (some are colored too) but the quality of pictures are cool because those are still here intact without any chips and any discoloration and such. By the way, your house is cool and I can tell you MIL is really great in keeping your house clean and orderly. I adored MIL because she kept the house like that even if she was working then. DH told me also the fountain you had in your house which he liked to play and just had her moment near on it. :-) I remembered he (my husband) told me how strict (but cool and fun) FIL was but that is normal and DH realized how important it is in household so everyone will be in order. I am grateful on you and forever respect the two of you.

Your DIL



Mys said...

Thank you for your participation.
Next week, we will write to a graduate that we like or love or to graduates in general. It's a very touching letter

Cacai M. said...

Thanks for being here Mys.. sure I love that thought. Will sure write it. Thanks again and hugs. :-)

Anne said...

makabagbag damdamin man ni lola oi. cheers and be proud , your lucky to have him as your husband.



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