My Ego


As I physically decline my ego is starting to get smaller, too. The wrinkles on my face are becoming more prevalent and I’m starting to wear protection for my clothes, otherwise known as a bib. But I am blessed to have friends and family that seem to be comfortable around me no matter my physical condition or appearance and for that I’m grateful.


13 thoughts on “My Ego

  1. Rosemary, I have laughed and cried with you in the reading of your blogs. I never knew you well in high school, but even then I could see you were as beautiful on the inside as you are the outside. You have always been kind to everyone and I so admire that about you. Sometimes I get behind on your blogs and sit down to catch up. This morning I read a few, the golden friendships was so sweet and I loved seeing the now pictures, your anniversary letter to Mark so touched my heart. What a gift the two of you have in each other! Thank you for your continued postings, you inspire so many people, and you my blogging friend are God’s gift to us all. Your peace, comfort and joy are in my daily prayers.

  2. Rosemary, I had spent several years in school watching you grow from a child to a young beautiful woman. I age I never ever remembered you being unkind or unwilling to help others. I can say I’m so proud to have had a chance to know you during those years. Even though I may have been in the shadows I stilled admired the things you were doing for the school, your friends and I’m pretty sure for your family, hence the reason you have so many loving followers in your life. I pray for you and your family during these difficult times, but knowing you, you’ll be strong!

  3. Thank you for keeping on your Blog, and sharing “everything!” We are grateful for every posting, and pray for daily strength for you & your precious Mark!! Love you!

  4. It takes no effort to be comfortable with you no matter what! It is so true that you would be the same with any of us too cheering us on all the way. God’s Blessings Rosemary xoxoxo……

  5. Rosemary I never ever had the impression that you had a big ego anyway. One of your most enduring qualities is how humble you have always been. You are blessing to so many people with your words and your actions throught out this struggle. Even on your worst days, you inspire me to be more like you. Any here’s one of my favorite quotes “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says “I’m possible!” Audrey Hepburn

  6. Thank you for your blog, I so look forward to each of your posts. You inspire me to be a better person. Sending prayers your way!

  7. The other thing I would like to say is that I chose to work with special needs people because I love them. While the world in general may shun them, Jesus loves them and so do I.

  8. We love you just the way you are and I am sure if it was the other way around and you had a friend in your condition, you would love them in their condition no matter what. :)

    1. Rosemary, You ARE and always have been a GRACEFUL and BEAUTIFUL woman. Your GRACE and inner beauty far exceed your external beauty. In my eyes you are wonderful, and to have such a special presence about you. You have got to be one of the strongest women that I know. You’re handling this disease with such determination, and strength. I honestly don’t know how you do it, with the exception of God’s Grace. I pray for you daily, and send you lots of love girlie :) (((((HUGS)))))))

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