Sherone E. Lewis is a resident of Maryland's Eastern Shore. She believes that God is the author and orchestrater of her life and is grateful for His abundant blessings. She realizes that all of her life experiences, both great and undesireable, have molded her into the woman that she is today. She is a proud Mother of six; four biological-Robert, Olivia, Layla and Sharese and two bonus-Juwan and Eboni.
Sherone is married to Richard A. Lewis (Heeeyyyyy Big Fella!)
Sherone began writing as a means of healing and story telling. Her first solo book, Letters From The Inside, can be found on Amazon https://bit.ly/lettersfromtheinside. It is her desire that you find humor, warmth and familiarity in her writing.
Sherone has served as a mental health professional for ten years. She is a strong advocate and proponent of mental wellness, especially within Communities of Color.
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Being called a "country bumpkin", she used to be timid, shy and strickened with low self esteem. Becoming a single Mother of four, taught her to find and to use her voice to advocate for them. She believes that her life experiences have given her a voice and the ability to share her stories.
I have four children, who are now young adults; Robert (21), Olivia (20), Layla (18) and Sharese (16). When I went to register them for Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading, wearing my work attire and heels, a longtime friend commented that I was there to handle business for "Thompson Enterprises". I had a clipboard and all the required paperwork, they were My Business!! I wanted those coaches to know that I meant business and that I was trusting them to teach my children life skills and I expected my children to be treated with dignity and respect.
I thank God for my children!! They saved my life and they've taught me many Life Lessons. The Pop Warner days are long gone. I'm more concerned with their freedom as young adults and the choices that they make. I have to keep telling myself, they are covered by the Spirit of God and I have to trust what I instilled in them. I'm proud of who they are becoming and I believe that God has a unique plans for each of their lives!
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