i am a disabled mother of three wonderful boys. i am battling with cancer and get bored with my time.and in church they mentioned this. i thought it would be a great thing i could do for people and there families. its an honor for me to do this. i am the grand daughter of the late Lee Robertson and violet heitsman hemenway. also the grand daughter of the late Franklin and Mary Alice Neel. my father is Claude Robertson and my mother is Marilyn Neel Robertson. i have one sister and three children. i enjoy life and am currently trying to do my family tree while helping others with there's. it is my passion to help others god bless you all lost my mother i miss her so much
Marilyn Robertson I recently photographed your mother's gravestone. I did not want to disturb the floral tributes, so part of her name is missing in the photograph. My deepest sympathy. My mother has also gone on to be with the Lord.
Deepest Sympathy My name is also Terri. I lost my mom eight years ago so I do know all to well the pain of losing a mother ... my mom was my best friend ... I am so very sorry for your loss, we are members of a group we never wanted to be a member of and that's the motherless daughter group. The one thing that helps me is knowing I'm not alone, that there are many others that understand why I cry on my birthday. I remember thinking it was odd that my mom cried on her birthday when she lost her mom, NOW I understand but I had to lose my mom to understand why it hurts so much not to have our mother's around on our birthday. We share our birthdays with our mothers, they carried us and went through the horrific pain of bringing us in this world and personally, I never want to celebrate another birthday without my mom or Mother's Day but I cannot do that to my children - I don't want to hurt them so I don't show my pain in from of them on the holidays. My first grandchild was born in February and how I wish my mom could have been there. It broke my heart not to be able to call and tell her I was gonna be a grandmother. I am grateful for the 39 years I did have my mom because many are not that blessed.
Find A Grave There is no way to prepare to loose a mother. No matter how old we are, how succesful we are, how much we have stood on our own two feet it is suddenly as if those feet have been pulled out from underneath us when our mother dies. Somehow there was an invisible "mom's here..everything will be all right" mentality. Suddenly being our owbn is a bit more scary. Just remember you turned out to be the person you are because of her. Just because you can't see her does not mean she is not still here with us and everything will still be "all right". Love and hugs, Nancy