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The Deeper Magic of the Thank-you Note

One of the greatest gifts my Mother gave me was the practice of writing thank-you notes.  As far back as I can remember, she modeled to me the sweet reality that all gifts deserve and require gracious acknowledgement.  I say sweet reality because this was not a spoken lesson or a forced lesson or any [...]

Book Launch and Reading at Hood River Library

Come join me for the first public event of my book launch.  There will be readings from the book and time for Q & A.  Hope you can make it!  June 22 at 7PM at the Hood River Library.  See details here: http://hoodriverlibrary.org/event/sherry-dell-author-reading/  

Collected Writings on Natural Health and the Spiritual Path

Part health and wellness guide, part memoir, part recipe book, this volume is a compilation of Dr. Dell's 25+ years of research, writing, and practice of both ancient and modern natural healing strategies.  It reflects her roots as a farmer's daughter and the farm traditions of self reliance and self care. It takes the reader [...]

Caprese Tacos

I realize that I am not the inventor of caprese tacos, but since yesterday was the first time I thought to make them and I am still basking in the sheer delight of their flavors, I thought I would post my version of the recipe. I made a traditional caprese salad with our first garden [...]

The Art of Connecting with Nature

Research shows that spending time in nature is not only good for your spirit, its good for your health!   I am a contributing author to this book.  Written collaboratively by 22 authors, the book is full of stories, ceremonies and exercises to guide you in doing exactly what the title implies - connecting more [...]

Water, Petroleum and the Planet

If you've ever had a conversation with me, the odds are pretty darn good that we got around to the topic of water. As a health care practitioner, I'm water's biggest advocate. I've seen it alleviate all manner of discomforts from headaches to backaches to constipation. And as a child of nature, I'm an even [...]

Ode to my Girlfriends or How Relationships Improve our Health

I have been thinking lately how much I love my girlfriends.  Of course, I have always loved them so this must be some new deepening in my sense of appreciation but nonetheless, there it is.  So when I recently read a new study (1) published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of [...]