But life rarely sticks to the script. The future they’d planned together was shattered by Sarabi’s death shortly after bringing their two sons and daughter into the world. A single dad raising the trio, Richard had little time or energy to do much more than provide for his children. At eight years old, the kids are getting more curious about life and about their mother.
Richard responds by telling them bedtime stories that reveal much more than he bargained for. From what Sarabi was like to if Richard would ever marry again, the bittersweet memories he relives to answer their queries refresh his pain, remind him of joyous times, and free him from the unease he’d had about talking too much about their mother. Join Richard’s family as they discover while love lost hurts, love also teaches and heals.
I enjoy the way it's written in a How I Met Your Mother type style, with Richard telling his kids how he feel in love with their mother.