There are no words to describe this awful disease, not even swear words. The only things that keep me going are a few medical tools and the love and support around me.

14 thoughts on “ALS

  1. We love and miss you every day, Rosemary! You have wonderful “angels-of-mercy” taking good care of you. We’re keeping you in our prayers each day that you will be comfortable and peaceful.

  2. Rosemary, I love you dearly. You have taught all of us what it means to love and to be loved. Praying for you and your family daily.

  3. Rosemary,
    My dear friend, it helps to be stubborn, too! Your stubborn strength to take every day in stride has also kept you going. You’re amazing!! And at your core, quite simply, is pure love. Thank you for showing us how it looks and feels. I love you!!

  4. It is a dreadful disease that tears at every fiber of your being, BUT…… It cannot take your beautiful soul and spirit that lives on in all that you have taught us and in all the Love you so freely give. Love conquers all. God bless you my dear friend.

  5. I am happy that you have such a loving family that takes care of you the way they do.  Many people that have ALS end up in nursing home facilities, cared for by strangers.  You are so fortunate.  God bless you, Rosemary.  You are blessed with love. Liz

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