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SHERRY GOES SANE at Central Library

My book, Sherry Goes Sane, written to give hope to anyone suffering with Schizoaffective Disorder and other mental health conditions is shelved at Central Library. Multnomah County Central Library is located at 801 SW 10th Portland, Oregon 97205. Please come by the library and check out my book. Thank you, Sherry

ABOUT Night Out

Getting ready to go out tonight as I enjoy my life with Schizoaffective Disorder   Thank you, Theresa Lomonaco, my friend from Ladies in Blue, for the matching amber necklace and bracelet. I just love amber! It was such fun dining with you at Seasons.    

Memorabilia

Our family photo from the eighties living with schizoaffective disorder   Happy Father’s Day, Joe and to all the fathers who give to their families with love, caring, patience, and honesty. Photo with Cathy, left, Becky, Joe, and I.

ABOUT Father’s Day

My husband, my friend   Joe, who ran a printing press the majority of his life, and who was afflicted with diabetes in 1987,  is my mainstay of 39 years.  He has been through one of my hospitalizations and took care of me through my bout of psychosis and other physical ailments. Joe has been emotionally strong for me upon the … Continue reading

SHERRY GOES SANE

Giving a reading of Sherry Goes Sane   Just a dream giving my Reading of Sherry Goes Sane on stage at First Friday in Milwaukie. The audience was so kind and receptive. The Writer’s Event was hosted by NAMI Clackamas and the guitar player and singer and rapper who performed were out of this world, … Continue reading

1st Friday Milwaukie

Please Join Us NAMI Clackamas at 1st Friday in Milwaukie NAMI members, family and friends will share stories, poems, raps, songs on the event stage tomorrow (June 2nd) between 5:00 – 5:30 pm in the parking lot across from Milwaukie City Hall. That performance will be followed by street corner storytelling, poetry reading, rapping, and singing at … Continue reading

ABOUT Didi

Tribute to my Aunt Deanna   Yesterday morning, my beautiful Brazilian Aunt Deanna, “Didi,”who was my mom’s sister, made her passage to heaven to be with my Uncle Doc. She was 92 years old. Deanna is the woman and my living legend who was in the photo on the cover of my book looking into … Continue reading