Franny wakes one early morning to an abnormally light sky: snow arrives on Pine Street.
Kassandra uses a lull in her workday to ponder love, friendship, and blowtorches.
Kassandra confesses to Jeeves about her growing feelings for David.
Kassandra wakes before sunrise, recognizing that soon she will spend most of her waking hours in the dark. Change is in the air.
Louise shares her theory of male and female decision-making with Franny, as they ponder what comes next in their lives.
Franny and Louise meet for lunch, and consider the plans that might take them away from Pine Street.
Autumn drifts gently into the valley, as Franny considers the long winter of change ahead.
In the gathering of the women of Pine Street, Franny begins to share her thoughts about the future.
Our Pine Street friends move indoors, out of the hot sun, and Franny surprises herself by what she says to the other women.
The women of Pine Street continue talking about their lives as the late summer morning stretches on.