"I just assumed that when I got older, if I was lucky, I’d get a job in a shop and live with my mum and dad," Rosie confessed. She believed her parents would drive her to work every day, and that was the extent of her vision for the future. "I never saw a disabled person achieving greatness," she stated. "And I feel that if I’d seen [disabled] characters in books or on the television, it would have allowed me to dream bigger."
When Rosie was a little girl, she wanted to write a children's book, and she finds it "unbelievable" that she has achieved that "dream".
"I think the book is the thing I’m most proud of," she told Fabulous magazine in December 2021.