I send you pink streaks across the morning sky, barely light.

I send you the caw-caw of a sweet crow friend. 

I send you a chipmunk, a squirrel, a rabbit, an owl, a deer!

Welcome to your Sunday audio LoveGram. As always, I am grateful to be here with you. 


Today’s audio LoveGram was recorded a few weeks ago when I was visiting my mom in Ohio. 

One of the things I love best about visiting my mom and her companion, Wes, is that the two of them are very attuned to nature. 

They made a conscious decision to let their yard be wonderfully wild with trees! They have never used any sort of pesticide. They feed the birds and squirrels with welcoming baskets hanging from tree branches. 

When I am visiting them, there are so many moments when we are lingering after a meal and we gaze out the big sliding glass door to see what’s out in the yard.  

You know what we see? MAGIC. Nature’s magic. 

To hear more on this topic, listen to today’s audio LoveGram. Click on the link, then scroll down on the page it sends you to, you’ll see the audio player. 


Writer Mary Davis said, “A walk in nature walks the soul back home.” 

I’ve never heard of Mary before, but I stumbled upon her quote this morning and really love it. Being in or watching nature does connect us to our spirit and our soul, doesn’t it? 

It reminds us that we are a part of nature. We are a part of the whole. 

We are not alone. 

I hope that after listening to this today you might be intentional about sitting still either in nature or gazing out at it from a quiet comfy seat near window. 

Allowing ourselves this kind of “nothing” time is a practice! 

I put “nothing” in quotes because, really, isn’t it EVERYTHING to allow ourselves to sit in peace and connection? 

Will you do this for yourself? 


Thank you for being here with me and for spending time every week thinking about topics that are really meaningful and that align with our values. 

I know you are here because you are practicing to LIVE what matters. 

We get to do this together and I’m so grateful for that. 

I’m GRATEFUL for you.  

Seek celebration — even in dark corners,

xo Sherry