Sheryl, who lived in Letcher County, had the soul of a poet, and in her honor and memory, we share a few of her insights:
"I think the soul scatters at death to all of those still living and lingers for awhile. It is my hope, after all is revealed, the energy of life is given up to the stars and life begins again."
"I watched the slight breeze today moving the leaves on the treetops and the low-lying grasses. I listened intently to the birds, which are still singing as I write"
"Life is a gift, given for our enjoyment...let us not waste a minute!"
In her honor and memory, we pause to enjoy the breezes of spring before returning to the unfinished work of restoring reason and justice to environmental policy.