Posted by Ian Riccaboni, Mon, September 30, 2013 01:00 PM Comments: 1
One of the best things about getting married is inheriting your spouse’s family – a whole new set of wonderful people to spend your holidays with, to share home movies, and to create new memories with. Don’t get me wrong, the experience can be stressful; splitting time between your family and your spouse’s family is a tricky rope to navigate if both are within driving distance. But if you have an aunt and uncle like Aunt Libby and Uncle Lou, you never have to worry about those things.
I married my wife nearly one year ago on October 6 and on that date I inherited Aunt Libby and Uncle Lou, two of the most wonderful people I had ever met. They are the kind of people who are honest and sincere, the kind of people that, when they hug you, grab you like you have been in the family for a million years. They host Thanksgiving, take you to lunch just because, and would give you the shirt of their back if you needed it. Continue reading Phillies Player Review: Luis Garcia