My Gammy always said, "Life is a series of connections." Knowing the right connection is tenuous at best. The connects of our lives are not planned, purposed, programmed mapped contrived projected or scheduled...they are the places we end up we had not intention of being at. Connects are the split second change of plans in our day that changes the rest of our lives.
Dakotah Colter on a rainy night finds herself at Walmart trying to get to her truck to get home in time for American Idol...but Connect is about to happen.
Jakks Jinx in the same Walmart parking lot, needs help to get his car started and they are about to collide on a course of Connect Connect.
Connect Connect -is the hurried, often given little thought of people everyday, in and out of our lives that are not meant to unpack in our lives. People who are signposts, to point out the direction we need to be going in. They are Beginnings and Detours and often, they are the Rest Stop between Movement. Each Connect leaves you with something to Connect to when you get where you are to Connect.
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