Since you probably don't know what it means, 'hominy' in Korean for grandma. Please note that I more than likely spelled it wrong. When I first began dating my now hubby, I told him I was scared to meet his mum, now Jr.'s hominy.
I think that any sane gal would agree that often the mother-in-law is a fearful and horrible beastly thing. Well, I was wrong. Not mine. My mother in law treats me just like her daughter. She is kind and thoughtful and helpful and had a lovely heart. She always speaks kindly and affectionately of her children, me included.
She is very sick. So if you are reading please pray for her. We love her dearly.