|Author/Contributor(s):||Nichols, Jeb Loy|
Bev and Mouse are learning how to remember. On a canal boat, a floating world, they're surrounded by past lives, memories, and unfinished business. It's a journey not of discovery or recovery, but of temporariness, of various, unexpected doings, a journey inwards, a journey of the imperfect, the impermanent, the incomplete. Along the way, floating between what they've left and what they hope to find, they find new meanings in the small, often overlooked grains of life.
A story about the acceptance of transience, the importance of water, and the rare good fortune of finding the right person at the right time.