I believe that love is always present tense.

Even when someone passes away, they are not in our past.

We love them still. We love them always.

I’m honored and excited to be a part of the upcoming Reimagine Festival in San Francisco.
This festival explores questions about death and dying, as well as celebrating life.

My free workshop, Sunday October 27th, is called “Love Never Dies” and we will be making Love Lists to celebrate the unique spirit of someone you love who has passed away. (A Love List is simply a list of all the specific reasons you love someone and how that person has impacted your life.)

It might be that you are deeply grieving a recent loss. Or perhaps there is someone who died a long time ago and you want to honor that person. It could be that there has been a divorce, illness, or friendship break-up that you are hurting from and want to heal. 

This 90-min virtual workshop leads you through a safe, joyful, and connecting process of making a one-of-a-kind tribute keepsake to honor someone special to you + to memorialize your relationship.
This workshop is held virtually on Sunday, October 27th from 10:30am-11:45am PT. You can connect by phone or computer. On video or off.
There is no cost.
I hope you will join in!

Register for the free virtual workshop here. 

(After you register, you will receive a “ticket” via email, but I will also contact you with the call-in information!)

Please pass this information along to anyone you know who you think would want to celebrate the love they feel for someone who has passed away or is emotionally distant. 

I hope to see you (or hear you if you choose telephone vs video!) on October 27.

Seek celebration — even in dark corners,
xo Sherry