Thank You for Loving Me

I am lucky for having good in-laws. Though my Mom-in-law and I were not very close, I haven’t had any problem with her. She treated and loved me as her own. I know that only few are very lucky to be in good terms with their mother-in-law. What’s my secret? I took her criticisms and suggestions positively and thank her for her concern. And though I can decide for myself, I sometimes ask for her inputs just to show that she is also important to me. It is because I know how hard it would be to have clashes with in-laws. Hubby and RJ would be drawn in the conflict and be caught in the middle until they would be forced to choose sides and I don’t want that to happen. Though I must admit, it was very hard to please my MIL most especially when it comes to my cooking. She always have negative comments. MIL used to be a good cook and may be she can’t accept that I am better than her…just kidding.

These are just few of my MIL’s memories. Memories that we will cherish and left live on forever. We know that she is very proud of us and happy wherever she is now. Goodbye, Mama and thank you for loving me.

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Goobye, Kusina Ko!

Saying goodbye is always hard to do but I have no choice but to let it go. “Kusina Ko”, my food blog, is saying goodbye. It’s a neglected site since September last year. I find it hard maintaining three sites so I have to let go of one site and that is “Kusina Ko.” I will still share my recipes and kitchen tips but I will be posting it on “Mom’s Ups and Downs” while health tips will be posted on this site from now on.

To those who visited, followed and left comments on “Kusina Ko”, thank you very much. Your efforts are much appreciated. It just so happen that this blogging world is eating much of my time. Whenever I am in front of a computer, I can’t do things that I suppose to do at home. Now that I have to maintain only two sites, it will be easier for me and I can spend much time with my family.

” You cannot let go of anything if you cannot notice that you are holding it. Admit your ‘weaknesses’ and watch them morph into your greatest strengths.”
Neale Donald Walsch

 

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