Friday, July 26, 2013

Meet a wonderful author - Cheryl Therrien and her book "Letters From Gramma "

***I'm thrilled to be able to welcome Cheryl Therrien to Believe! today. She is a lovely lady with a wonderful book full of heartfelt messages.
My heartfelt thanks goes out to Mimi for welcoming to her blog today. She is a Triberr tribe mate and I am so glad to have made her acquaintance.


Today I would like to share with you a book that is near and dear to my heart, ‘Letters From Grandma: Before You Were Born’. I recently became a grandmother for the first time. This book was written in honor of that milestone in my life.


When my son first told me that I was going to be a grandmother I was thrilled. What happened next may surprise you. I began to think about what I wanted my grandchild to know and how I would relay that information if I was not around to do it personally. Sounds morbid, I know. But if you really think about it no one knows when their time is up. I could walk across the street and get hit by bus and there would be no tomorrow. The writer in me immediately thought of writing letters.


I began the task of writing letters that would convey the values I thought were important for my grandchild to understand. Choose your friends wisely. Believe in yourself. Take care of your health. The kind of values that are meaningful to everyone.


This book is comprised of those letters and can be read at any time in the future and remain relevant. When my grandchild is a teenager he can read these letters and know without a doubt how much he was and is wanted and loved. Doesn’t everyone need that kind of reassurance at some point in their lives? This book is written in such a way that any parent or grandparent can pick it up and find it relevant to them.


Writing these letters changed my life. I realize just how precious time is and not to take it for granted. My grandchild will have this book of letters to remind him of me and all the things I wanted him to know, most importantly how much he was and is loved.


Once again I would like to express my thanks to Mimi for allowing me to share my book with all of you.



Cheryl Therrien aka Geek Girl is an author and blogger. You can find her blog at Grandmother Diaries



  1. I love Cheryl's book. It really does convey the values she mentioned in a warm, heartfelt and meangful way. It is a treasure to have for anyone regardless if your a grandmother or not. ��

  2. You're so very welcome, Cheryl.

    I agree with your comments, Susan. This book is a keeper!