I first met Sheryll when Yusef was one. We went to a holiday bazaar where she was selling her book ...
which she signed to Yusef.
Our paths crossed again several years later when we were on the American Women's League Board together, but we didn't become friends at that time. Four years ago when I decided to quit teaching and wanted to do something meaningful, a mutual friend suggested contacting Sheryll. I'm so happy I made that call as so many new doors were opened to me when Sheryll and I forged a friendship.
The sweet kittens I rescued are living with Sheryll and being fostered by so many loving hands at her place. They are still doing well although they've had a bout of loose bowels lately.
This is Sheryll's Grandma who turned 89 in January. She is holding Percy.
Sheryll has decided to adopt little Percy. Isn't that just the sweetest face you've ever seen?
And this is Scout who protects the kittens.
And Mitsy who loves to lick the kittens clean.
I'm so thankful God placed Sheryll in my life and I am privileged to help with Operation Hope in any small way that I can.
And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.
Wishing you all much beauty and many blessings in the week ahead. Tammy