Sunday Audio LoveGram: May 16, 2021


Hello, my beautiful friend.

This morning I send you the caw-caw-caw of the crows who have something essential to say. 

I send you the slight chill of the morning rain on your face and how good it feels to wrap Grandma’s cream-colored scarf a little tighter around your neck. 

I send you the sweet scent of jasmine. 

I send you wind, whipping your hair. And the stillness inside, where thoughts are calm. 

I send you warm oatmeal, with cinnamon and dates. 

I send you a friend you love … and an actual hug! 

I send you a message, sent from your long ago self, arriving on a magic carpet memory or archaeological find. 

Today, my LoveGram is about mystery and magic. It is about waiting for something to be revealed, rather than tugging at the roots. 

(Spoiler alert: This LoveGram was inspired by something my son said when he was four: “How about if we get a bunch of wood and build something out of it with hammers and see what it turns out to be?”

Oh … and … today you will hear from three special guests with a message in another language! 


Listen here!  Just scroll down on this page until you see the audio player. Click play! Voila! 


How can you allow yourself the space to build something without knowing what it is? 

How can you follow a thread or breadcrumb, with trust in this unknown path?


Thank you for listening, today.

Thank you for your kind heart and open mind which I see and know! 


Seek celebration — even in dark corners,

xo Sherry


Here’s today’s LoveGram:

Download and listen on the go here: LoveGram 5-16-21



🧰 P.S. This week’s challenge is to consider where are you allowing yourself — or could allow yourself — to follow something that interests you or sparks you? Can you give yourself permission to let life reveal what is “getting built?” Also … Are you paying attention to what you aren’t seeing? If we are only paying attention to what is front of us, we can’t see what isn’t there! 

🧰 P.P.S. The books I mention in this LoveGram are “Essentialism” and “Effortless” by Greg McKeown.