Well, I missed her birthday, I think. Maybe not. My eye hurts too bad to figure it out.
She is a tall, sweet, slim blonde. She met my son when she was 27 and he was 37. Of course, neither had been married. They are both English teachers--middle school for her and high school for him.
She plays the piano! and is very smart. I think she made a 32 on the ACT, maybe higher.
She and my son immediately had children. He owned a home that was fully furnished, both worked and had since their graduations, and there were certainly none of the usual reasons to wait to start a family. She stayed home with the children until the youngest was in kindergarten and went back to her teaching job. Her wanting to and being able to stay home when the children were young made me happy for all of them.
Their children are precious. The boy (11) has dark hair like my son and looks like him. The girl (9) is blond like her mother and the spitting image of her. Daughter-in-law and my son made beautiful children.
I cannot think of one thing about her I do not like. She seems like a nice person, good wife, and perfect mother.
I always told my children, boy and girls, not toget married until they had a college degree and had a job, to do a few things. I impressed on them I was not so eager to have grandchildren that they needed to have grandchildren for me! He really took that to heart and did well with his choice of a wife.
So, Happy Birthday whether I am late or early.
Are you pleased as punch with person your child married?