In hilarious Walter Mitty fantasies, Becky Miller defeats attacking Ninjas, wins grueling NASCAR races, and repairs orbiting satellites. If only this frazzled stay-at-home mom with three young kids could finish her teaching degree, do great things for God, and still have energy left for her husband! But with little time to become the super-mom a national magazine thinks she is, Becky suddenly faces even greater challenges that reveal what's most important - from God's perspective.
"Listened to both books in the series multiple times."
When Amy Johnson drops out of Juilliard to raise her newborn daughter, she never dreams she'll have a second chance to become a concert flutist. For the last 15 years, teaching has provided for the needs of Amy and her daughter Clara. Then a rare opportunity presents itself, and the talented single mom wins the open flute chair in the Minneapolis Symphony.
When Becky and her husband refurbish a dilapidated old farmhouse, unexpected events frustrate their dream of a simpler life. Although Becky still finds escape in her madcap Walter Mitty-like fantasies, she doesn't realize how desperately she needs the Lord to renovate her heart and transcend her daydreams.
"More Inspirational/Religious than Chick Lit"