Letting Go, a true story by Agneta Mills
Romantic, emotional, with adventure and trauma, you are taken on an eventful journey to the beautiful city of Stockholm.
Agneta's story is a real lesson in life, love, travel and personal growth. Very effective in learning how to let go and move forward!
She moved from Sweden to England in 1972, to be with her boyfriend. They married, had children and she settled into the culture.
Many years later, and now on her own with the children, she eventually meets up with a group of ex-pats.
An uncertain love story commences at this vulnerable point in her life. She focuses on an already planned trip to Sweden.
Sailing on ‘Princess of Scandinavia’, was almost the best part of a journey home. Agneta and teenage son, Tom, spend three weeks visiting family and friends.
Drama starts on the very first morning; she has left their medical cover behind!
Stockholm is alive with performing arts and music, as it hosts a ten-day long ‘Water Festival,’ celebrating the ecology and waterways in and around the city.
A visible solar eclipse also adds an awesome input.
Then we are back in England, and how will the confusing relationship unravel?
I can't believe this is not fiction. It's compulsive. It's sad. It's happy. It flows.
- Classification: Universal
- Work is: Fully available on Authonomy
- First submitted Dec. 1, 2009
- Last updated Dec. 1, 2009
- Read 59 times
- On 6 bookshelves
- 203 comments
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