Grounds for Divorce
Julia needs some relationship advice and a friend suggests she consult a psychic named Morgana. But this one doesn’t read tea-leaves. Nope. She’s a 21st century seer who requires a specific roast of a specific well-known brand of coffee beans.
Julia finally tracks down the properly-dated vacuum-packed bag, but gets a rude (psychic-)awakening in the process: cryptic questions. To ask the psychic! More
Man-trouble is never a good thing, but for Julia, this time it’s just plain confusing. Her guy was all over her at the start, but now? She thought he was on the brink of popping-“the”-question. But so far there’s been no pop, only a slow fizzle. She’s decided it’s up to her; she’s going to have to pop a different question, since he’s suddenly working late, not answering her calls, or when he does he’s unsure if he’ll be able to keep their date.
Julia needs to know, once and for all, whether Joe’s a keeper or a has-bean, and Morgana promises to have the answer.
Gourmet coffee beans, custom ground, then analyzed to your specific needs. Who, in their right mind, would have thunk the spirit world was so-o-o trendy, so particular? But that’s how Julia’s modern psychic does business, so that’s how Julia will experience a slice of life where going beyond words means approaching the Twilight Zone.