Where does an old lady sneak off to when she ditches her church group?
If she's stubborn and peppery like Aunt Ula, she rides a train back to her secrets.
Ula's looking for pieces of her past, and the trail began on a southern railway over sixty years ago.
This time, a guilt-laden, leopard-haired gal has decided to be her friend and seatmate. The twenty-five-year-old is also running away, her remorse trailing all the way back to Texas. The two discover they have stories in common and secrets to share.
But Ula can't explain the force driving her to collect the pieces of her past--particularly a memento hidden by a man most people think is a figment of her imagination.
With the strange Texas gal's help, she may be able to find it...
After all, both women already know the first rule of change:
You have to leave to start the journey.
About the Author
She lives in Oregon and is the lazy organizer of 14 moles and 34 piles of dirt in her yard.
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