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Lee Rollinson helps fight Alzheimer's Disease.

My Mother died when i was just a babe .My Father abandent me and went away to the big City.My Grandma raised me she was up in years and had allready raised a big family who i thought were my brothers and sisters as i was looked upon as the youngest of the family.but they were my aunts and uncles allready adults when i came along.Iwas eightenn years old when i first met my father he came back when i was little but i do not remember that The most things i remember about my father is he was a cruel man.I was restricted from doing many things when i was growing up rules my father laid down for my granma.My Grandma would get cruel letters from him i can remember all the crying she did .when i was older i used to go to the Post  Office and pick up the mail if there was one from my father to Grandma i would open it read the nasty things he wrote and then destroy it so Grandma would not know .I also would get a nasty letter there was never a Birthday or Christmas card or anythinmg else from him .He had got married again and had another family  that i never got to know . they say behind a good man is usually a good woman  so if  his second wife had been a good woman  she would have made sure he stayed in touch with his daughter  but i think she just hosted him on. when i was eighteen years old he came for a visit.but he was a stranger to me i was grown up now and i could speak up for myself which i did. Iessoned to all his storys of the

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Hi LL,
These are not quite happy childhood memories. Good thing you wrote them down to share with us. You deserve so much more.
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50 months ago
Lee Rollinson

most of my child hood was a nightmare .but it made me strong

48 months ago
Abdul Ali

thanks for sharing

49 months ago
Ella C

Like others above, I sympathize - very sad to hear that. Still, you were blessed to have had a grandma who loved you a lot. I don't know which is better - an absent father, or someone who's around but abusive.

47 months ago
Lee Rollinson

my grandparents love me

47 months ago
Ella C

Wish my siblings & I had spent lots of time with our grandparents, but only our grandmas lived long, and they didn't live with us.

47 months ago
Lee Rollinson

cheersssssssssss

47 months ago
Jake Muanpuia

You are an inspiration to me Lee. By knowing all your sufferings during your childhood and how you managed them, I have many things to learn from you. And one more thing that I want to point out is that I am afraid that I might be like your your husband. I have never give any present to my wife. I am ashamed of my innocence. I learnt a good lesson from your story Lee.

46 months ago
Lee Rollinson

which story
Why not give your wife her present .do it for valentine ..you will good about yourself

46 months ago
Fawzy Iskander

You suffered a lot dear but at the end you'll gain the good you done to your dad, you will be proud of yourself and feel peace of mind, God will reward you, be with god he will be with you , I'm here for any thing I can do for you.

44 months ago
Lee Rollinson

thank you my child hood was not easy

44 months ago
Lee Rollinson

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44 months ago
Fawzy Iskander

oh sorry dear when read it again I realized my mistake sorry, will you read my new blog and tell me your opinion.

44 months ago
Cristeta Fajardo

Each of us has his own sad childhood.
It was just different from each other.
I could say, yours was really a very sad life.
But you are still so lucky, for you have made peace with him before he died.
having made peace with him means you are peace with yourself also.
Jesus taught us to be forgiving and be humble.
forgiving him means you are humbling yourself in the eyes of God.
This is a very good story you shared with us you know.

44 months ago
Lee Rollinson

GOD bLESS YOU FOR YOUR WORDS WE CAN ALSO HAVE SAD THINFGS IN ADULTS .. I AM GOING THROUGH THAT STAGE RIGHT NOW

44 months ago
Cristeta Fajardo

you are still so lucky to have him as your father.
look at you
you're so pretty hahahhahahahahha.
if not because of him, there ill be no Lee now.

44 months ago
Lee Rollinson

i did have a mother as well

44 months ago