Communicating from a place of love and desire for connection and healing really does help to close the gaps.
Struggles and joy of a healing love told through the story of two fictional characters, Marsha and Ash.
In Part 5, our traveling duo made it to a town in Northeastern Georgia. Their heads were up in the clouds for an enjoyable evening, and now they’re mulling over feelings that leave Vi worried, and Echo unsettled.
Echo and Vi barely miss Tess at breakfast this morning, escaping away to the south where they are beginning to realize what this adventure–and the past two years–has meant.
In part four, we saw Echo and Vi make it through their first day. But now, several weeks later, we find them in Frankfort. And they might have gotten a little too comfortable here. Reality is always on the rise.
In high nerves, the first night comes to a close. Their hotel might’ve been tampered with while they were out, and most likely, neither will sleep well tonight.
A short story set in 19th century England.
A woman overcome with debt is faced with her last day to pay it. Saving grace is rare and goodwill is hard to trust. But she’s been at the hand of mercy for a year and a half already. After all, that’s the burden of being poor. Being the Banker’s sore, and what a sore the banker is.
The banker’s sore is the headache and stress which burdens the poor.
Our two travelers have already encountered several spites of drama, even before their first night… Will they even make it through this night without it all falling apart?
Vi is found by an old flame. Several years has passed since they’ve even known each other, but maybe buried feelings can come back to life?
Vi is a simple young woman who’s grown up around narcissists. Her escape is brave and final.
And thus, she embarks on her search for freedom.
But before venturing very far, she remembers someone from her past who had always treated her better.