A story for children about caring for a pet and how to thoroughly search your house for someone who is missing. www.Susan Sheppard.com

About the Author

Stephanie Lindsay Sheppard
August 28, 1978 – October 12, 2020

Stephanie was a creative life force, taking on challenges, rebuilding, restoring, or repairing everything, creating a radio show and podcast and having many followers. She was a caring, loving, thoughtful daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, friend, and dog owner, very gently and sweet, intelligent and driven. Stephanie had a special affinity for collectibles, she was a creative artist in all mediums and inspired loyalty with whomever she met. Everyone she encountered loved her dearly and benefitted from knowing her.

Stephanie, affectionately known as “Nino” to her family and friends, would surprise her nieces and nephews with rock concert tickets and walk them backstage, flashing her press credentials and sharing crazy experiences with them. They knew Nino kicked life in the face. She could talk her way into any event, even without tickets.
In this unexpected, surprise final journey with organ donation, she will continue to share love and life with others, and amazingly, with her first cousin, Kelly, who needed a kidney transplant.

This little book was something she had written and was found in her papers after she left us. I decided to publish it as a tiny legacy for her. Nino is loved and will continue to be cherished and remembered always by her mother, Susan, her sisters, Cydney and Samantha, her nieces, Addison and Jordan, her nephews, Justin, Zakhary and Jackson, her big brothers, Geoffrey and Jason, of course her dog Roxy and countless others that she touched. Safe travels Nino.