in laws

United States
April 6, 2008 8:54pm CST
My hubby and I have been married for just shy of 6 years (may 20th). I meat his older sister when we first got married for all about 5 minutes it went R this is flora, flora this is R we both said hi and that was that. I found out a little while later that she did/does not like me and that is way she walked away. I was mad for a long time about it but I got over and relize that it is her lost. Well about 8 months ago she sent me a friends request on myspace and I accepted it. I wanted to write her a e-mail but I had/have no idea what to say. But to the point. I have notice that she does not log on unless I post a blog. Key example she had long on early march and then about 3 days ago I posted a blog about my youngest and what do you know the very next day she logs in. So now I don’t know how to take it. Is she being noosey (sp) to see what is going on in our lives or does she want to be a part of our lives and just does not know what to say (like me)? I feel the worse for my hubby because he has not seen his sister or two of his nieces in 6 years and she has also had a boy and a girl since we have gotten married and he has never seen them in person ( she has pic on her myspace so he finally got to see a pic of them). So this is so long I just had to get this out.
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@Darkwing (21588)
7 Apr 08
If you want my honest opinion, I think she was jealous that you took the attention of her brother away from her, all those years ago. She couldn't have not liked you for any other reason because you'd only just met, and she didn't know you at all. My gut feeling is that she's mellowed with age and realises that your hubby isn't going to choose to give her the attention he once did, as they haven't seen each other for six years. So, she's curious as to how your lives are going, but also, wanting to get in touch again. I feel she's accepted that you come with your hubby, whether she likes it or not, and she needs to talk to you, so that you can get to know each other properly, and perhaps all of you spend some time together. She's not sure how to approach this, so how about you make the first move, and invite her round or something? Brightest Blessings.
• United States
7 Apr 08
I would love to do some thing like that but we live 6 hours apart. That is a long drive to get rejected.
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@Darkwing (21588)
7 Apr 08
I don't mean to rush into a six-hour, possibly hopeless journey, but if you got to talk to her a little online, and arranged something which she agreed to, then surely the trip would be worthwhile?
• United States
7 Apr 08
I had some one in a differnt group come up with a idea that I thought was good she said to write a blog wishes we were closer and see what happens with that. That could be a really good way to be a ice breaker.