- 11 years ago
- Wedding: June 2011
wow…i would DEFINATELY put her in her place after that!
wow…i would DEFINATELY put her in her place after that!
It sounds as if she likes to create her own drama. There’s no reason why you can’t keep a wedding phot of the two of you up for as long as you want!
Maybe suggest she take up some type of hobby. That way she can play cards or Bingo and relax, with people her own age. Instead of spending her day on YOUR FB trying to crap on your happiness! WT? Crazy old bat.
She’s insane! Should you also not display wedding photos in your home? Are you supposed to immediately dispose of your dress?
Whoa, that’s one for the books! I hope you can see all this happen and laugh about it. She’s obviously looney tunes! So its no indication of what you and your husband are doing, its just that she has a few screws loose. That’s a shame, but there’s nothing either one of you can do to fix it.
WOW, she sounds craaaaaaaazy. Oh, and someone should tell her that the term “tube steak” means something different than what she THINKS it means, lol.
Who knew there was a statute of limitations on when you can post wedding pics. I know people who leave them up forever! Aside from them providing you with a memory of a happy day in your life- given the cost of wedding photography these days, why would someone only leave them up for a week or two?
Your hubby’s Aunt has been drinkin’ the crazy juice fo sho. 🙂
OMG she was even “offended” by your SIGNATURE?
What the heck? He’s her “heir.” My god, i didn’t know you married into royalty!
And stop prancing around in that virginal white gown, it’s unseemly.
Really, this woman is nutty. She obviously has a lot of time to creep you on facebook. You should block her ASAP and have Fiance tell her that SHE is the one overstepping her boundaries.
Omg I can’t even believe someone is that crazy. She’s insane!!!!! I can’t even understand how in the world she created all of these issues in her head.
Wow, is all I can say really…wow. I can’t believe this ISN’T the worst of it!!! you poor girl!! And you know what got me thinking? Was when your aunt wrote about how she’s not trying to insult you, but is sure that she has, and she was just trying to be honest. I totally agree with you when you say “if you have nothing nice to say…”. Where does she get off? And good for your husband for taking a stand and deleting her too. I’m so glad you have a wonderful and supportive husband.
You know what’s interesting about this? Is that so many people hide behind the guise of “I’m just being honest” or “this is just the way I am” in order to say whatever they want to people and act however they want to. My Mother-In-Law does this. But what they really means is they don’t care how they make people feel when they say these horrible things like she has to you, and by her bringing up some sort of inheritence it makes it sound like she expects you two to let her say and do anything just so you can get some money when she dies. That is ridiculous. No amount of money is worth being treated like less then a person. You both deserve better then that. The person who’s missing out here is really her, because she’s not getting to be a part of your wondrerful new family you and your husband have made. She doesn’t deserve the both of you. That is soooo her loss.
I’m sorry that you have to endure this. Know that you are not alone. And that you have a husband and family/friends around that love you. Not to mention the hive that all think she’s wacko!! 😉
I just…I can’t believe…I……..::speechless::
Wow. It sounds like there is some underlying grudges here or more to the story. Or this woman has flipped. So sorry. No matter what the situation this is no manner to approach you about it. I’ve never heard of someone being so judgmental about every single aspect of someones life. This is not healthy.
B*tch is CRAZY
Girls, I kind of feel bad but great at the same time. I didn’t take the high road, but i did defend myself against his family for the first time! I’ll post you the letter;)
Excuse me? What goes on between my husband and I and his friends is our business. I wasn’t trying to “put you in your place” either. If they ever cross the line we both tell them so and they totally respect both of us AND support our decisions in life without any judgment. If the comments upset you, DON’T READ THEM. We’re not going to censor our friends or ourselves for others. I just thought your comment was offensive. I felt you were saying I didn’t know how to cook or take care of us and it’s the total opposite of that.
And no, I’m not pregnant. JewishGroom and I have ALWAYS talked about what we would like to name our children, even before we were engaged. If I was pregnant, it would be nothing but a blessing! Oh, and I have a job, I’m going into orientation this week! The last couple months I’ve been cleaning house, cooking all of our meals and enjoying being newlyweds. So it’s not like I’m doing nothing.
Oh, so you didn’t enjoy the reception. Honestly, I don’t care. My mother agreed to put on the entire reception for us (a VERY generous offer). She spent a total of $5k on our reception and JewishGroom and I loved it. That’s all that matters. She asked me what I would like to be served. I said I really didn’t care since I wouldn’t be eating very much or at all. I was right, I ate 2 bites…b/c of my corset of course. We were on a budget, would I rather have nice delicious food that my mother would have to slave over for days in advance for a 100 ppl with NO help? Or something simple? My choice was very obvious. The $ we saved was put towards our lovely honeymoon, flowers, and the tent (which cost a pretty penny) so people wouldn’t have to sit in the sun or rain! Oh, AND a handicapped bathroom.
I was actually very busy before the wedding. I set up the entire tent (tables, chairs, etc…) with my maid of honor. We tied all the ribbons, cleaned and decorated the arbor, put together the arch, set up the ceremony site, put together the center pieces, favors…do you really want an entire list of what I had to do? Oh, and help was never offered… or JewishGroom and I didn’t hear about it at least. I thought the wedding was a great balance between the Jewish traditions and the traditions I’ve seen since I was a little girl.I had a great number of guests come up to me during the wedding and compliment how lovely and elegant everything was, but that they were HAPPY we didn’t go over the top with gourmet food.
What do you mean lose my wedding gown? I actually don’t have it up here with me yet. I’m going to have it preserved since it’s so gorgeous. I don’t have to do anything I don’t want to with it. Are you saying I’m never allowed to wear white again? If so, That’s pure silliness. By the way, I can’t get into my gown alone so it would be impossible for me to “prance around” in it. So what if i want to wear it for our wedding anniversary!? Haha.
Uhhh…what’s this about the profile picture? It’s been a mind blowing 6 weeks since the wedding and I love looking at the pics of JewishGroom and I. I can put any picture I want up. I can’t believe you’re even mentioning it. Yes, JewishGroom and I are extremely happy and love seeing pictures of our wedding day. We are separate people, but now husband and wife. You’re welcome for the Thank You card. I know you’ve been waiting for it. I’m really not surprised you found something to be unhappy about. JewishGroom and I received a thank you card from chris and ashley sighned “Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Winter.” They are correct, that’s the proper signature after they are married. We did the same and for some reason you are upset and it’s not our fault. Go ahead and treat us “accordingly” we ARE married now. Oh, we only sent people cards that sent us a gift or gave us a card. We are completely understanding why Dani couldn’t and we don’t hold it against her. Yes, we will send her one with the same signature. It’s the end of the world… We’re thinking of doing a second shipment of Thank You’s since guests are allowed up to one year to send us a gift/ card.
I’m totally used to this CrazyJewishAunt and I was expecting nothing less after the wedding. If you’re expecting to upset me, you didn’t. Nothing you say will ever change my mood. I know you’re 40 years older than me, I have given respect to many people that were rude to me and didn’t deserve it. I have changed since the wedding. Before, I was always polite and let the snide hurtful comments roll off my shoulders, but now I realize I really don’t have to put up for it anymore. I always liked you and JewishRelative. For now on, I will respect only the people who respect my husband and I. You can’t really DEMAND respect. It doesn’t work that way. You’re my in-law. I will be cordial like I always have been. Bottom line, I married JewishGroom…NOT his family. I have a family of my own that I would like to spend time with. With us, if they have a problem with you they tell it directly to your face…none of this “two faced” stuff. I did enjoy the company of you guys, but now we’re out on our own and making our own roots. Don’t get me wrong, we’ll visit once in a while. But only when it’s convenient for both of us, we don’t want to separate from each other since we’ve spent so much time apart before the wedding. Where one of us goes, the other does too. I’m sorry if that’s an inconvenience to you.
It seems that when everything is going well, someone has to cause some drama to make it more “exciting.” I realize now that I’ll never be able to please any of my in-laws and you guys will continue to attack me and JewishGroom. Well, we’re not putting up with it anymore. Bottom line, we loved our wedding, we both looked beautiful/ handsome, all the people that mattered showed up, and we’re married. If anyone has any complaints, take them to someone else. Because I couldn’t care less.
I WILL show this to JewishGroom and I truly hope it doesn’t change his opinion of you, but it may. I will do nothing to “tamper” with his decision. We are very protective of each other and if someone makes us angry/ upset the other usually follows and corrects it. I can’t promise you anything.
Anyway, have a great day.
That’s just crazy. I think she’s off her rocker. I definately wouldn’t respond. How could you even respond to that?? Where would you even begin?? Your husband/in-laws should deal with that. You shouldn’t have to even speak with her…I think that her mentioning your husband as her only heir is definately a concern. She sounds extremely controlling and I would avoid at all costs, if possible.
I still have a wedding pic as my profile pic on Facebook, too. 🙂
I just thought of this last nights. She said we didn’t have a Jewish wedding, but she couldn’t hear the ceremony…since she’s deaf. Ok, we had the 7 blessings, signing of the ketubah…etc.
My husband is totally on my side and told her so and she wrote him an angry letter today that he should me take care of my own battles. She insisted that his help was uncalled for since she didn’t feel she threaten my well being or happiness. She expected me to make a snappy comment and be done with it. uhhhhh…no?
oh, and that she has always treated me as a niece and is upset with me since i view her as an in-law. If that’s how she treats her relatives, I don’t want any part of it!
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