Today, Tomorrow and Always I will remember my mother in law Victoria Ajayi. In the beginning we had a rocky relationship. Every time she saw me she would point and say You, you, you. But as she got to know me and I her, we begun to understand each other better and developed a relationship based on mutual respect. For me respect for her; based on the strong, happy person she was and the remarkable children she raised. For her I believe she finally understood that no matter what I looked like, I love her daughter dearly and through my action it was apparent to her that I cared for the family as a whole and that’s the proof she needed. I’ve never met anyone like my mother in law before and I doubt that I will ever again meet anyone like her. She was a special lady completely dedicated to her children. To get to her children, you had to get through her first. She protected them like a lion in her den. With Cassie, she was as gentle as can be and Cassie helping her upstairs was a sight to see. I wish now that I took pictures to document how much love you could see between them with that simple task. I know we will clearly miss your presence in our home because when you are here with us it’s always an adventure full of laughs.
REST IN PEACE, YOU ARE FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS