9 Months Ago Was Yesterday is a story of life pursued with enthusiasm, of death and transition, and of life after life. In this spiritual memoir Diane Jackman Skolfield artfully recounts the whirlwind events of her recovery after the sudden death of her musician husband, “Fiddlin’ Red.” As friends, fans and family mourn the loss of the beloved musical genius, Diane inherits the task of helping everyone else come to terms with his sudden departure. Along the way, through various signs, she discovers he’s not really gone. As butterflies and sent by the Spirit World remind her of his presence, she unfolds her own wings on a new vision of life and her place in it. A real-life story of joy and courage with the potential to bring healing to every reader.
Norman Shealy, MD, PhD, and founder of the American Holistic Medical Association, has called Diane “a jewel spreading joy and health as she goes.”
Her nonprofit companies at www.dianesdetox.org is dedicated to healing the world “one person at a time.”
Ms. Jackman Skolfield is a healer, a spiritual teacher, a wellness counselor, a mother, a business woman, and an author. More than that, she is a believer that each of us can help make this world a better place. She lives and works in De Leon Springs, Florida and in Camp Etna, Etna, Maine and is married to Don Skolfield.
The story she shares with us depicts her journey to Spiritualism.