Since reading her first book “The Department of Lost & Found” I’ve been a fan of Allison Winn Scotch.
I was lucky enough to win a copy of her new book “Time of My Life” on her blog. It looks like a good one. Hopefully she’ll forgive me, and please go to her blog or her site to read the actual synopsis, an excerpt and a review – but it’s a story of a woman with a seemingly perfect life who wonders “what if”.
We all do that. I think it’s in our nature. But, Allison takes her lead character back – letting her relive her recent past and giving her the chance to do it all over again.
I’m going to take it with me as I board a plane on Monday. Lots of what if thoughts in my head led to this. My husband is booked to stay at a local conference both Friday and Saturday nights this week. He then leaves again after a day at home. I thought to myself – what if I use this as an opportunity to get away? So, I’ve decided not to spend the week at home. If he can board a plane, so can I.
Monday, I’m off on an adventure.
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Very exciting! So, I guess we’re rescheduling dinner, then…? 😉
Oh, where are you going? Fun, fun, fun.
And, when we have seemingly perfect lives, why do we have to mess with them?