In her profession as a nurse Grace knows there will always be good days and bad days. It has become second nature for her to disassociate her emotions, especially when it comes to death and tragedy. She’s learned how to go through the motions. Still, she is a prisoner of her own mind.
The once happy walls of her home are just brick and mortar. The purpose she had always felt, is nothing but an empty path. Grace knows that contentment is not attainable for her. She has no way of knowing that soon the emotional walls she’s built around herself will start crumbling, and there would be no reprieve.
In the company of a little girl, Grace finds a place to escape the pain and sorrow she feels relentlessly. Micah, the little girl’s father, is as tormented as Grace; little do they know their paths have crossed before. In the worst moment of Grace’s life, he was there.