Forever Is Shorter Than It Used To Be
Before the age of the Internet, one of these people might never have known the other existed.
In the early days of the World Wide Web, tenuous cyber-connections might never have solidified into more than shared electrons.
They were separated by oceans lapping shores of different continents, and by an almost unbridgeable gap of years.
Impossible, improbable, unlikely… and yet something drew two people together anyway. Call it love. Call it fate. They found one another against all the odds, they reached out, they touched, they held on. It was strong. It was going to last forever.
But forever is shorter than it used to be.
A memoir of love and loss and grieving. If you have read Joan Didion’s “The Year of magical Thinking” or hte classic CS Lewis treatise on grief – if you have loved and lost, or if you love someone right now – this is a story of an unlikely but extraordinary partnership and shared life.