Welcome to Grief to Gratitude

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Legitimate Grief

By Sherrie Ann Cassel By Sherrie Ann Cassel I have some of my son's clothing. Many of his shirts still smell like he did, Axe body wash, Tide, and wine scented cigars. Those scents are conscious and deliberate, unlike when he smelled like Johnson's baby lotion, Apple juice and pureed carrots. That comparison stings. I … Continue reading Legitimate Grief

This is brilliant and compassionate writing

https://tinybuddha.com/blog/be-positive-isnt-best-advice-youre-down/?fbclid=IwAR091uODZ-xOLUR12bCOjslBy7U8IXqgqWRx9-GoghFypPGG9Q2ib2u4rNQ Click on link above. I have always been the kind of person who strove to be positive; sometimes I even make myself sick. We are socialized to be the kind of people who have survived our personality construction, e.g. a mom with an unfulfilled dream to have been a cheerleader producing a daughter with … Continue reading This is brilliant and compassionate writing

Into every life a little rain must fall

By Sherrie Ann Cassel Jeff Mitchum, 2019 I am learning the different weather patterns in our desert town. San Diego was pretty consistently, well, perfect. I’m rediscovering myself and renewing my faith and hope in this beautiful area. My husband and I love to see the way the mountains look at different times of day. … Continue reading Into every life a little rain must fall