New York Times bestselling author Ella Frances Sanders presents the book we all must have to remind ourselves of the things we miss from our pre-2020 lives and the things we will enjoy again, such as standing next to people in a coffee shop, at the movie theater, or in the bookstore….This book is a meaningful and personal illustrated collection of place, of chance, and of love. Moments, interactions, experiences, collisions, events, places, serendipities–the things that we all, as a collective and in-waiting humanity, are longing to fold back into. The carefree, now-historical moments of before that we dream about: the crossing of paths, the potential which was held within each day, the beautiful accidents of being alive that are not currently able to happen in the same ways. It allows a person reading it some space to consider their own missing, the chances left untaken and the stones left unturned. In a soft and beautiful way, it reminds us that the small things we as individuals choose to ascribe value to are valuable, that the meaning that makes up our days and weeks and months, if taken away, can leave us feeling directionless and full of emotional aches. Within the space of the book is hope, and reflection, and the assurance that we will all be close again.
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Pub Date: 01/2022
Size: 8.50h x 5.90w x 0.50d