Roseann's Recovery Fund-Boston Survivor
Roseann Sdoia Recovery Fund
c/o Enterprise Bank
1168 Lakeview Ave
Dracut MA 01826
Plaistow Library, Plaistow NH. http://plaistowlibrary.evanced.info/signup
Roseann Sdoia, survivor of the Boston Marathon Bombing, will visit the library to talk about her book Perfect Strangers and how being in the worst place at the worst time can lead to life's biggest adventures and most important relationships.
Roseann and Mike exchanged wedding vows last weekend proving they have the most romantic fairytale most of us have ever heard. Congratulations Mike and Ro! May you have many, many years of love, laughter and good fortune...and a beautiful "Happily Ever After"
The site doesn't seem to be able to accept donations. I've tried a few times lately.
Hi Roseann: I too, gave a couple of times several months back and always look forward to your updates. Having suffered through numerous surgeries on my legs myself I have always looked to you and the others who were injured as my "heros". Your inspiration, perseverance and fantastic outlook on have kept me going through the tougher parts of my journey. I would so love to meet you at some time! My thoughts are with you today and will be especially tomorrow. Much love, annie (Bristol, Rhode Island)
Thinking of you today - and keeping you always in our thoughts and prayers!
It's an honor to be standing on the sidelines, cheering you on in your own personal (metaphorical) marathon. May love and joy always surround you.
Roseann, I'm just checking in on you. I gave a couple of times back in 2013 and 2014 and I was wondering how you were doing. After seeing that Emily's List video, I see that you are doing quite well. Keep going and God bless you.
That was a beautiful interview Roseann. I wish they would keep the OneFund open, because the economy was in the gutter at the time of the bombings. I was barely surviving myself. Now that the economy is getting better many of us want to chip in where we couldn't before.
I spent all night along from overseas, catching news about what happened. And I put this page on bookmarks from the first day it appears. A great and strong hug to you!
Dear Roseann, Hello, thank you so much for your personal update. It is so nice to hear from you. I have been following your story all along. You continue to be in my thoughts and heart. Best wishes. Sincerely, Nicole Ritchay
Have fun skiing in Colorado Roseann! BTW don't forget to wear a helmet.
2nd Louise's motion - the Cheetah Leg is very cool. I hope you get to use it on Marathon Monday next year.
I LOVE the cheetah leg! It's so cool!
From a fellow Property Manager, you will be back out in the field in no time, just amazing how far you have come! Stay strong!
Hello and Blessings to you Rosanna--I had the pleasure of seeing you and listening to at the Evening of laughter, held at Jilllians--what a hero and great women of strength and courage you are. Thank you for the inspiration and Thank you for the honor of seeing you.............Blessings
Looks great Roseann! I hope it works well for you...and soon.
Roseann, sorry you're having a rough time getting a new socket. I hope under the new healthcare law that insurance companies are required to cover more than one prosthetic and more than one cosmetic cover.
Thanks for the added video! Roseann you look great in the pool!
Wow Rosann, I bet it feels good to be in the water again! Too bad the pix didn't load. Thanks for the update :)
It is with great pleasure that the friends, families and supporters of the 2013 Barrington Grip n Rip Softball tournament we were able to mail in checks totaling $1355 dollars towards Roseann's recovery fund from the sale of headbands at the tournament. Our thoughts are with you as continue down the path of healing. You are an inspiration!
Rosann, I saw an article on the Washington Post website about cosmetic prosthetics and you're concern regarding costs. A few years ago I told a friend of mine about the L.I.S.A. created by the FDR Center specifically for women. She got one and stopped using her C-Leg she loved it so much. The website is fdrcenter.com (I hope that doesn't get blocked),
Congratulations Rosann! The Genium leg should make it a lot easier to do what you enjoy doing once you get used to it. BTW, about the crutches, they have better ones for when you do need to use them. I'm sure your PT can tell you about them. One woman who is a cancer survivor invented a pair of shock absorbing crutches. Also there are companies that make non-slip tips for crutches.