This is a mental awareness bracelet, specifically a bipolar awareness bracelet. Please wear this proudly to support those with mental health disorders such as bipolar disease and HOPE for happiness. Today, the 26th of February, we recognized a life cut way too short, yet also celebrated that life and alll the magical moments of fun,experience, and laughter she brought to us. One look into her beautiful brown eyes and you could see straight through into one of the purest souls I've ever had the priveledge of knowing.
Rosemary worked in the veterinary nursing emergency and critical care profession. She fought for what she believed in, didn't compromise when she knew she was right, and was someone who's spit-fire attitude helped train countless nurses to become the people we are today. Rosemary, You fought for our rights, you fought for our patients, and you fought for what you believed in, letting no adversary stand in your way; and that, my dear friend, made you one of the best nurses ever seen in this world.
On January 12th, 2011, you left us behind. And while the depth of heartache has *yet* to fully sink in, we are *sure* you are now at peace; the burden has finally been lifted, and we see now that God has embraced you into his arms and even now you watch over us.
Please know that your beloved Frannie and Leo (her dog and cat) will be taken care of, and may your final rest be a peaceful one. You have lived a long, long road of suffering with bipolar depression. Many highs, many lows, and many challenges. The end has come and I pray that peace finally encompasses you, as you emcompass our hearts. I love you forever and always.
Your friend Forever,
"I'm coming home, I'm coming home
Tell the world I'm coming home
Let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday
I know my kingdom awaits
And they've all forgive my mistakes
Back to where I belong, I've never felt so strong
This is my story,This is my song
Tell the world I'm coming Home."- Nelly