A bride’s confession about her father-in-law – different

“He married a woman with 3 children and loved them as his own”: A bride’s confession about her father-in-law

60 years ago he married his wife with three young children and loved them as his own

The man in the story you are about to read had greatness of soul as he loved a woman with 3 small children as if they were his own. He opened his arms and his soul and dared to do what every man with a capital “A” should do. He became a father and friend to his new family without any hesitation.

Old fashioned man

The man in our story was not so afraid – like today – that the woman he lusted after would not desire him. Because even if that happened, she knew, at least, that he would win her over with his love and the veil of security he generously spread for her and her children by making a happy home. “Conquering” his wife was not an end in itself because it was important for him to do everything possible to keep her happy by his side, which he did until the end.

As you will read in our reader’s story, the man in question created a family based on love. He stood firm in the difficult times and enjoyed the easy ones without distinguishing them. One is sure to be an example to be emulated as his humanity characterizes a man of old fashion with strength, strength and self-sacrifice and every man who respects the pants he wears should do the same.

The wonderful wedding and the new family

Unraveling the tangle of memories, Speranza Duratsou says: “Memories of a lifetime when you remember a child, when your parents took you with them to the bengaras of that time, to parties at home, and dinner parties, and songs and genuine feasts like those that used to be in the villages of that time…

This is how I remember him…. him and his wife whom he adored and who preceded and departed on that long journey…. he adored her…. as he adored her children, her own children, because that’s how he married her, with three children… small…. (a rare marriage for that time 60 years ago)… they were not his children, but he loved and adored them as his own and raised them with toil and struggle…. and he also saw grandchildren whom he adored and those as they adored him and those in turn….

Calamity man…. Everyone remembers him for his teasing and his jokes…. never hurt anyone….

Great reverence for Saint Peter, he had next to his house you can see the temple…. and he would come out and talk to him about the Saint and give us laughs…. His pain was great when he lost the woman of his life…. He messed with the Saint, with God, but he believed…

And the years passed and old age came along with health problems and one day he also left for the long journey….

He went to meet his Katina…. Up there…

And his children, the ones he loved as his own, as if they were children of his blood, stood by him until the last moment…. along with his grandchildren…. And he was there for him until the last moment…..rarely today do we come across these…. here are your children and they don’t pay attention to you…..let them set an example for us younger people….

Love you give love you will receive, respect you give respect you will receive, care you give, care you will receive….

Good heaven!

(With respect to the memory of Georgios M. Printez or Symphetheros)”

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