Douglas dreams of his funeral, which he knows is not real. What is real, however, is the lesson he takes from the dream.
David's turn to dream, of what his father Douglas might say about him after he goes. It is surprisingly reassuring.
Leo dreams of his own farewell gathering, and his dream offers up wisdom from an unexpected source.
Each of our Pine Street friends dreams of what might be said about them after they are gone. Allison wakes on New Year's Day with the warmth of her dream still with her.
Our Pine Street friends spend Christmas day with food, laughter, tears, and each other.
Winter is a character in the lives of folk who live through its darkness, and thrive, every year.
Rosa ponders her choices, lost again in a repeated story of loss of acceptance.
David finds a rare moment to be by himself, and recognizes how tenaciously life clings to us.
The friends gather for a shared outdoor feast, thankful to keep winter at bay for one more day.
Rosa's life has not prepared her for the joys of stillness and pause. It has prepared her for the darkness that is on its way.