Proud is Thankful for her beautiful new daughter.
He and his new wife are moving in with his very recently widowed MIL. I tried to express to him that whatEVER he can do now for his wife and MIL, in their grief will never be regretted. It’s absolutely an honor to be able to help someone when they need you so much. I didn’t think he would get to step up to this particular plate so young, but I have faith in his good heart. My own FIL cared for my MIL’s dad (our Papa) when he was dying of cancer. He traveled 2,000 miles into the cold weather, from sunny Florida, to stay at his house and help his wife and him, for months. Staying over there was probably the hardest part for my FIL, as Hubby and I live less than a mile away and he really wanted to stay here with us, but Papa’s wife needed him closer, constantly, round the clock.
He is an amazing example of a Christian human being. To him, love is a verb. I could give many more examples of this. I want my son to look at his example and see why this matters so much.
His FIL’s death is a tragedy, but out of it will come a beautiful opportunity for service (and love, to his new in-laws.