Season Ten


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Season Ten Synopsis:

Their new church is completely different than anything they’ve experienced before. If their previous church was extremely conservative, you’d probably call this one extremely liberal. It’s refreshing and healing. The heroine begins to have space to breathe and reexamine life and God and religion.

The previous church drama comes to a conclusion after much back and forth of formal, certified letters. In the end, they cannot find legal grounds to excommunicate the family and so they are released with an informal censure. It stings, nonetheless. But they are free. At last.

There’s a lot of inner-emotional healing as therapy begins and the audience is happy for the heroine, but that’s boring so the writer adds new and interesting twists. The seasons must go on.

Not long after the church drama resolution, a large storm comes and drops a huge maple tree into their yard, destroying their just newly built deck, garden structures, and the whole yard. It’s rough on the family, but some of their old friends and new found church comes around them and they rebuild. It’s heart-warming.

Therapy is helping, but our heroine is still struggling with PTSD and unexplained health issues throughout the season.

There are a series of comedic episodes of broken refrigerators, stoves, cars, washers, hot water tanks and anything else we can think of to break, because basement flooding and broken down cars make for interesting stories.

In one episode, we learn that the house they are living in is growing toxic mold. This could be at the heart of many of the health issues and so we hope for the heroine’s sake that it can all be resolved by some remodeling and a mold detox.

In the meantime, we continue to have the familial drama of piecing lives back together after patriarchy. How does it change lifestyles and parenting? How do you raise daughters in a non-patriarchal family? How does a woman live with her husband after she’s lived believing that a woman is a servant to her husband to be totally obedient to him in everything, to bear him covenant children and in that she will find worth? Where is her worth now? What does marriage look like after that? Will the marriage even survive? Can it be salvaged? End season.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. susscott
    Mar 10, 2015 @ 18:10:47

    I love your stories!



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