Jane’s journey takes her to Europe and back.
Her physical journey seemed to be quite easy in comparison to her emotional journey. Her fears sometime take precedence over what is necessary. Jane’s need for control and her giving up of that control seemed almost too difficult to bear. The gains and losses of life, of loved ones, employment, of material goods and of a home, seemed to take its toll on her heart, mind, body and soul.
The gains and losses of a lover, on the other hand, was…again…unfathomable.
Jane triumphs over these many challenges, in her own time, in her own unique style, of reasoning, questioning, accepting and continuing on, no matter what…
Missing out on the wonder of life was just not an option.
Also available from Janean Phillips: At Whitt’s End