No one plans on being widowed at thirty-one years old. Leo Algar certainly didn't. Yet that is where he found himself on a Saturday afternoon in late September.
As the funeral ends and people around him return to their normal lives, Leo finds himself immersed in his grief, unsure of how to function in his old life without her.
And while the months tick by, Leo finds himself spending more time in the past than the present. A past that reminds him of what he had. A past that reinforces the reality of what it is he has lost.