Shoot My Ashes From A Cannon
Oh, those Christmas letters; they arrive in your mailbox spreading good cheer and BS. Danni Morford's Christmas Letters are different. Danni's humor helped her through her family's long battle with addiction. Year after year, she writes and sends Christmas Letters. She humorously and courageously relays the hard truths about her family's struggles: drug use, arrests, DUIs, treatment centers, and AA meetings.
As addiction take a tragically life-changing hold on her family, and she subsequently loses her son Travis to the disease, her strength prevails. The year after her son's death, she bravely write sand sends that letter: "Our family is not ashamed to say Travis died from addiction. In telling Travis's story, we hope that others will learn about the disease of addiction and lives can be saved.
Danni continues those letters and begins writing to Travis as a way to feel a continued connection to him and to deal with her emotions. In Shoot My Ashes from a Cannon Danni shares all of her letters, her person experienced with Al-Anon, and how she has found purpose in following through on her promise to Travis.
This is a must read all the way around and will help you to understand more about grief, loss, and the prevalent struggle with addiction. Danni has shared her letters as her way to honor her son's life and legacy and to bring awareness to the horrible disease of addiction.