National Women’s Day 3/8/20

Fun on the farm with my mother and my siblings

I couldn’t skip writing on this day. Although my mother passed away a couple months before Robbie got sick, it was her strength that has helped me. I would think…what would my mom do? She was a take charge person. If you have a problem, you can’t sit and wait to see what happens. You have to take action, be strong, and keep going. She also had a strong faith and was very active in her church and missions to help children. I am very grateful for my mother.

My parents

Our Pastor’s wife in the church where I grew up has also been a great influence on my life. When Robbie got sick, Karen came to see us and made Thanksgiving. She also along with her husband supported the church camping program, retreats, and a Christian singing group, which all influenced my life.

Karen at Thanksgiving with us

Another strong woman in my life was my husband’s mother. She had a very strong faith and raised 10 great kids. I am thankful for the years we had together. We would always end up laughing when we were together. She passed away from cancer in 2004.

My husband’s mom with Robbie. She loved her grandkids.

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