Home. It’s something we leave early on, then yearn for the rest of our lives. And whether “home” is a compass-point place or a way of fully living in our own lives, our own bodies and our own spirits, finding where we “fit” is finding our true home.
After living 25 years in metropolitan Atlanta, Sheri Kling “headed for the hills” of Northeast Georgia realizing a long-held dream to live in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. In this collection of essays, Kling weaves a warm tapestry from the threads of a rich spirituality, nature and love of the rural community she’s discovered in her new home.
“Sheri's message is inspiring for those who are seeking their true
journey and even those solidly on it. Her uplifting spirit and
earnest writing are scrumptious food for the soul.”
~ Dale Harrison, former chair, Dept. of Communication & Journalism, Auburn University
“Sheri's writing is rich in meaningful metaphor which connects
the listener with spirit and soul. Her songs' lyrics and rich images
leave one feeling understood, and satisfied.”
~ Dr. Jerry R. Wright, Jungian analyst