Posted in November 2015

Speaking at the Humanists Event

During my speaking tour, I have received three of the greatest gifts of life. Love, self acceptance, and forvieness. I was able to reach out to help others in a strong, connective way. Yesterday, I gave a presentation on Living A Life With Schizoaffective disorder, Sherry Goes Sane, to the Humanists of Greater Portland, The … Continue reading

Golden Moments

These are the ‘Golden’ moments I cherish the most- My adopted granddaughter Kayla and my husband, Grandpa Joe, and Kayla hugging.

Thanksgiving 2015

Happy Thanksgiving from my house to yours. May you have a very merry, joyous, and peaceful Thanksgiving and continuous abundance. Enjoy your Holiday! I am thankful for this Thanksgiving- For my relationships with family, friends, and acquaintances, and all the healthy and valuable lessons I have learned in the past to date. For the opportunity I … Continue reading

The Blessings of My Step-friends

When my husband had visitations rights, I was a whirlwind of emotions. What to say to his kids, what to do with them, how to hide this unfortunate disease. I was just released from a mental hospital, and  I felt the sensations in my head like spinning and twirling about, as if I were riding  a wild Octopus ride at … Continue reading

Comment from Jessica Pham MS OT Candidate

Dear Sherry, Megan and I can’t thank you enough for your time. The entire class was so inspired by your incredible story. We told them all about your book too and many were interested in reading it. Your story is truly amazing and it’s just so wonderful to hear how you’ve been able to adapt and cope … Continue reading

NAMI OR State Conference Speech

Speaking at the NAMI Oregon Annual Conference in Cottage Grove, Oregon. It took place at the Village Green Resort Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015, on the topic of ‘Living a Life With Schizoaffective Disorder, Sherry Goes Sane.’ I met so many wonderful, genuine, people there, and I was honored with a standing ovation. Thank you Jeana Wheeler for … Continue reading

Humanists Speaking Event

Planning and preparing for my husband, Joe’s 70th birthday celebration, has come to a point of completion. The big day is here, and festivities begin tonight lasting two days. Can’t wait to see my family and friends. I so love November. I’m happy to announce that in this month also, I will be giving two … Continue reading

Double Life from Ashland

Visiting my good friend, Alice Savage Gardner, at the Olive Garden in Eugene, on our way to Ashland, and were treated to lunch by Alice. Joe, my husband, and I watched ‘Guys and Dolls’ our second night in Ashland and met the main actor, Nathan, of ‘Guys and Dolls’ while attending my great niece’s soccer game. On … Continue reading