Sunday Audio LoveGram: November 7, 2021


Good morning my beautiful friend.

Thank you for being with me on this human journey.

Thank you for being someone who cares about loving and growing and allowing.

Thank you for being someone who shows up for yourself and for everything Life offers — all the grief and all the celebration and everything in between.

Today, I send you the tall, bold red hibiscus bloom that opened up unexpectedly — almost before my very eyes.

Today, I send you the words, “keep breathing,” from a song that showed up for me this morning. I send you the understanding that sometimes, sometimes, sometimes, that is all we can do. Sometimes, we can only keep breathing … and trust that we will get righted again from whatever has knocked us over.

Today I send you the taste of a chocolate truffle, this one spiced pumpkin. The next one, hazelnut.


Today’s LoveGram emerged — once again as they often do!— from a song that Life gifted me with unexpectedly this morning. 

The song is called, “Keep Breathing,” and it is from an album named, “Be Okay.” 

Gotta love that, right? {insert smile here!} 

(To listen to the audio, just scroll down on this page and click play on the audio player below!)



Last week, when you received my LoveGram, I was flying to Colorado to visit my dear friend, Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer. I shared with you a poem. I want you to hear it again.

I want you to pay attention to what happens for us when we repeat poems, prayers, or wisdoms.

What do we hear anew?

What layers get revealed that we missed?

In the case of today’s LoveGram, I invite us all to explore even more deeply what it means to live in a human body, experiencing grief and celebration.

And everything in between.

Can we allow ourselves the whole range of feelings and experiences?  


Here’s the poem again:

Strange Bedmates

By Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer

grief and celebration

share the same bed—

one keeps stealing the blanket

the other

keeps knitting a beautiful new one



There you have it. Grief and celebration. Two sides of the same human coin. 

To me, being present in all of the feelings of being human, to allow ourselves the whole range of human experience is authentic celebration. 

We must let ourselves feel the 10,000 joys and the 10,000 sorrows. We can help each other through the heavy, hard ones and we can celebrate together in the light ones. 

I encourage you to allow it all. Accept it all. 

Keep breathing through it all. 

Keep breathing, even in the darkest moments. 

Keep breathing in the sunlight. 

You are okay. Be okay.  

Thank you for being by my side for this journey. 

Seek celebration — even in dark corners,

xo Sherry


Here’s today’s LoveGram: 

Download and listen on the go here: LoveGram 11-7-21



💖  P.S. Subscribe to Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer’s daily poem here. She’s been writing about grief a lot. If you are lost or grieving, I promise you great comfort in her words. 


💖  P.P.S. The music I played at the start of my audio LoveGram. It is called, “Keep Breathing” by Ingrid Michaelson. The album? Be Okay.