The Acupuncture for Your Soul family had a great time at the Tucson Festival of Books. I will be sharing some pictures and today I wanted to share a letter from a reader.
I really enjoyed your book – seriously. The stories and the photos are so genuine and honest, I don’t think I would change anything. I personally believe that the world is longing for more “realness” right now. These stories – the way they are told and the photos that have been selected for each feel “real.” Being real sounds easy to do but it surprisedly polished out of most every thing in the world these days.
Today I introduce Sharon Kirk: After settling Zube and Lyle’s home estate, Sharon Kirk spent four years in the White Mountains whee she became the principal and teacher in a charter elementary school. She made long-lasting friendships in Show Low/Lakeside and Tucson and continued to study integrative medicine. She was present when her mother died peacefully in her home. For the past 12 years she has renovated her home to become a healthy sustainable systems environment; has been staff and event planner at Washington and Lee University; served on many sustainable education and local farm committees. She is on the Board for the Healthy Foods Coop. Here is a part of Sharon’s Continue reading →
As 2017 moves in, I, Andrea Bryant, have been thinking about Acupuncture for Your Soul and what this beautiful book has brought me. As, most of you probably know, I write this blog for “Aunt Rae.” So, I wanted to share my experience about Acupuncture for Your Soul and what it means to me:
This is a book I have read many times and looked through many times and given for gifts. I am lucky and blessed to share this journey with “Aunt Rae” and the wonderful people I have met in person and in print and in cyberland through this book.
When I first received the book, I got it from Cheryl, Aunt Rae’s niece as a Continue reading →