In an gesture motivated by compassion and generosity, Jennifer invites her ex husband to join her at home for Thanksgiving Dinner with her new spouse and two-year-old daughter. Rick, the ex, surprises them both by accepting the invitation — even though he hasn't yet been able to move on. As the day passes, they discover a little something about themselves, their relationship and the power of forgiveness and thanksgiving. "Invitations" reminds us of the indelible nature of love's memories while also stressing the value of acceptance and the need for letting go.
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"The story is beautiful, haunting, and sad and gives great insight, of the profundity and grief, of what it is like to want children and not have them; but also to love and lose a person and wonder always, if your history together left anything lasting in their heart."
- Peggy Rambach
author of Fighting Gravity
"Sarno has a wonderful ability to balance sadness and stress with humor."
- Martha Carlson-Bradley
author of Sea Called Fruitfulness
"A very moving, beautifully written story which unfolds effortlessly and, with a graceful touch, moves us through powerful, emotionally volatile territory: lost love, childlessness, and that forever elusive past we never cease longing to revise . . . there's a stoic nobility to the narrator."
- Askold Melnyczuk
author of Ambassador of the Dead
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