Hi, my name is Mary and I started my blog in 2008. I was adopted as a baby and I have the best family a girl could ask for. Both mom and dad have been a very big part of my life. I know I would not be here with out them.

I am the same as you and your friends, family and loved ones. Yet, I am different. I was born with Cerebral Palsy. It has been just of late that I have had to learn how to deal with the Cerebral Palsy  more as an adult. It has never stopped me and it will not stop me. It might slow me down but it will not stop me.

My blog is very much a living journal of my life. Some times it’s like a blog of every day things. Other times it’s more like a blog looking through a person with a disability. Just like you I have issues that I need to deal with. Yet, some of my issues have another layer to it that I need to work on.

I have a spelling disability so you are not going to get the perfect spelling blog here. So, if that is what you are looking for, sorry not going to happen. This is just one of many things that I have to learn how to deal with.  I do work just like you, however it takes me longer to get some things done. I talk about my disability with work, life, family, and just the everyday kind of things. I also try to find the good things in life.

I talk about how many spoons I have in one day. If I have any at the end of the day or if I have a few left over. There is a web site that I like to get to and it’s called but you don’t look sick Here Like I said before I do ever thing like you it just is going to take me some thinking and some trying to figer out how I’m going to do it. And  how many spoons is it going to take. One of the other questions  that I have to ask myself is this worth the spoons to get it done today or can I break it up and only use a few today and a few tomorrow. Some days are just like this video

I am a Catholic and you will read about my ups and downs with being a catholic. Don’t worry I don’t try to change you. I might ask questions for you to comment on and for me to just ask. Yet, I am not a person that wants to change you.

It’s kind of funny that a person with a spelling and reading disability is finding that writing and reading other peoples blogs is helping me to see that even though I have my own things to deal with others have some of the same things that they are dealing with.

Writing a blog would have been the last thing that I would have thought I would love to do but it helps in so many ways. I can say what I would like and no one can change my words. I have been able to get better at my spelling by writing my blog. I have been able to just be me here at my little blog.