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SEVEN DAYS OF THE WEEK
Starting with the poem Monday's Child, it was easy to form characters - all with different perspectives on life, happiness and success. It was merely a matter then, of bringing them all together for a greater purpose and watching what happened. The stories all happen on one day and gently progress to the evening and the reasons why they are all there.
Monday's Child is fair of face: We meet Melanie, a fashion model who is facing time. What will happen to her when her short-lived career is finished?
Tuesday's Child is full of grace: In this chapter we get to know Tuesday, known as Tew. She has been carrying a deep love that she has never been able to express. Perhaps now...
Wednesday's Child is full of woe: There is always that one person who lives in and loves disappointment and despair whether real or imagined. Wendy is just such a woman.
Thursday's Child has far to go: Theda is the reason why they have all come to this meeting of old school chums. It is not a reunion; it is a cry for help.
Friday's Child is loving and giving: Faith would have been expected to have the greatest success in life. Instead, she got married and nothing was the same again.
Saturday's Child works hard for a living: Sadie was a deep socialist at school, but in the real world became a capitalist. She's hated every minute of it.
Sunday's Child is bonny, blithe, good and gay: Sophie is still a student. She feels safer there and facing the world outside academia is daunting and terrifying.
But Theda needs them all. They, in turn, need something to change in their lives.