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Sunday, August 7, 2011


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.


  1. haha You confused me in the title. The way we spell it over here is Halmoni (hal-muh-nee)My cousin taught me that when I ws younger and that hangul spelling always stayed with me.

    Anyhow, I hope she get's better soon. Sending happy thoughts your way.

  2. Hey Nani, I actually probably spell it wrong...hehe. I just never was shown how to spell it. Now I know~thanks. :)

  3. Have learned a new word today, thank you and great post by the way.