I plan to live forever in the alternate universe of my own creation between the ages of 39 and 40 years old. It's the time where I found my love of writing, and I think I'll live there for a while.
After being a single mom for a long time, I'm finally free. As free as they'll allow me to be between phone calls asking for money, babysitting and "Mom, I need you to do ___ for me."
This leaves me time to figure out who I am and what I want in my life. Things I should have figured out in my early 20s around diaper changes and middle of the night feedings. But who could think straight back then? We were all lucky to make it through alive.
Emma is a waitress but wants more in her life. She loves to paint and spends every moment she can in pursuit of her dream. When Drake decides to make changes to everything around Emma, she'll learn that he has deep issues that will make a relationship quite difficult. Is it worth pursuing, or should she be content with chasing a dream?
Meri is fired from another job. It isn't her fault that nobody respects the person who slips fliers under windshield wipers in supermarket parking lots. Meri's friend offers her a job cleaning houses. How hard could that be?
Within an hour of her first day, Meri almost destroys a valuable figurine in a wealthy client's house and ends up unconscious in the foyer.
This hasn't been her week.