From here on out, I will refer to her as GrammyFringe. (Sorry, but creative FringeNames are sparse and I’m beginning to confuse myself.)
I am fully aware that this post can go one of two ways; I remain the beloved daughter-in-law or I become the evil out-law.
For the sake of my future, I will tread lightly.
I consider myself blessed not to have any awful mother-in-law stories. I can only say kind things about GrammyFringe. She’s always been good to me and instantly made me part of her family. That’s why it’s so sad that I have to ruin this tight-knit relationship by posting this next picture; however, I’ve been saving it for years. Even when her brothers begged me to put it on facebook, I kindly refrained.
BUT today is a special day and being so many miles away, I feel the need to celebrate in a special way.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY GRAMMYFRINGE!!!
I’m not trying to point out any resemblance or anything…NO Way!
GrammyFringe doesn’t take prozac.
GrammyFringe we love you and wish you a very Happy Birthday with many more to come, each better than the last.
Thanks for being a A+ mother-in-law!
By the way, incase you’re wondering and I know you are, GrammyFringe’s hair has held the same volume since her 8th grade yearbook picture. To the grandchildren, it remains one of life’s greatest mysteries.