BELLEVUE, Ky. - Scott Evernham shot video of his 5-year-old daughter, Mora, with a picture of her and her mother in her hands.
"I liked when mommy smiled," said Mora. "She was the most beautiful person I ever seen."
Robin was just 33 years old.
"She just was a normal person going through life, she was so healthy, she ate organic, she worked out, and the next day she has one year to live," said Traci Nestheide, Robin's sister.
It was June 2010 when Robin Evernham from Bellevue, Ky. noticed a bulge in her stomach. Cancer of an unknown origin prompted doctors to give Robin one year to live.
"I remember her calling me and saying 'they told me I had a year,'" Traci said. "I said there's no way, there's no way and she said I'm going to beat it and at the end of the day I think she did beat it. Maybe not the result we wanted but I think she did."
Thirteen months later Robin passed away in September 2011.
"She would always say, 'l'm here for a reason and I'm going to fulfill God's plan for me'," Traci explained. "She brought so many people to their own faith and she brought so many people closer to God through her blog and just through her attitude."
Before passing, Robin started Robin's Nest , a charitable fund benefiting patients going through the same struggles as her.
Scott Evernham asked his daughter Mora, "Why is it important, why do they need money?" Mora Replied, "Um, so they can fight the cancer?"
Saturday, Sept. 29, Robin's Nest will host its inaugural 5K walk and run at Covington's Pioneer Park on Kentucky 17. To register or learn how to get involved click here.
"Even though she's not here anymore she's going to leave her footprint on this earth in a bigger way than we can imagine," said Traci.
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