7. "It's My Mom and Her Father" In response to Reply # 0
LAHD!!! My mom is a pistol (always a victim, loves to delegate, needs plenty of attention when she isn't off gallivanting...except she doesn't tell us anything, but we're supposed to know. We're supposed to be her happiness in the wake of my dad passing 12 years ago. We got families and times are trying/busy).
Her dad (Gotta be in charge of everything, He has learned that his bark ain't enough and there people that WILL challenge you, physically. He's the definition of the "loudest cat in the room....")
At one point in time...my mom and her dad beefed. They aiight now, though. By the way, they are good people from both sides (ha), just see life only from their very own self-centered pov.
It takes all kinds to make up a world, son. -My pops
16. "My inlaws are saints. I lucked out." In response to Reply # 0
Both of them stay out of our business for the most part ... but interject with some wisdom when we need it. They got a knack for knowing their places. It's pretty remarkable. My wife and I adore both our parents. We're both lucky.
21. "Friends with Benefits Inlaws are amazing" In response to Reply # 0
My child's father and I were not in an exclusive relationship when I got pregnant. I never met his parents until after the baby was born.
I have never been so happy to meet such down to earth and easy going people. Old school black folks who keep it real.
It is crazy because my previous relationship that lasted for 7 years and we were deely in love, his in-laws were the WORST. Racist, passive aggressive white people who wouldn't even ask me how I was doing.