SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY-October 14th

What’s going on? It’s already mid October?? The fall colors have passed their peak and now leaves are falling off the trees in droves. We even had frost last night. Winter is creeping ever closer.

Boooo!

But never mind about that. This week’s six sentences are again from my Still Moments Publishing release Yesterday’s Tomorrow. Last week Lila woke in a strange place, in a room with someone who was not her husband. What’s going on?

 

I stared into the startled face of Sarah LoCaste, one of the girls I had shared an apartment with twenty some odd years ago.

I exchanged emails with my today’s Sarah less than a week ago. She’d sent me pictures of her new baby. Her fourth child.

This yesterday’s Sarah, gaping at me from the edge of the too-small-too-messy-bed, was at least seven years away from giving birth to her first child. In fact, I would hazard a guess that she wasn’t even due to meet “Mr. Right” for about another four years, give or take.

Blurb:

What would you do if life gave you another chance to go back and get it right?

No one needs a mental health day more than forty-four year old Lila Weidner, but when the overworked HR director wakes up in her twenty-three year old body, she’s left wondering what is going on. Where is her life as a successful business woman? Where is her equally successful husband? And how is she going to maneuver through the day in order to stay on the same path she followed over twenty years earlier? Lila soon rediscovers old dreams and old friendships that she left behind and wonders if this is her chance for another shot at a truly fulfilling life. Does she dare to step off her original path and allow yesterday to become her new tomorrow?

Thanks for stopping in and make sure you check out more Six Sentence Sunday entries!

See you next week!

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12 thoughts on “SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY-October 14th

  1. Mmm…I wonder. I think if I went back twenty years, I’d want to get to the same spot I am today…only I’d have more fun along the way. I’d enjoy it more knowing how quickly time passes.

    Nice Six!

    -Cheryl

  2. Yes. I want to go back in time and do it all over again! Except, the mistakes. LOL. Cute premise. I’ve added it to my “MUST READ” in Goodreads.

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