What would happen if a recently divorced man starts keeping a journal to make sense of his brief, failed marriage?
What does he write when he realizes that his mother, the curator of a gallery that specializes in steel art and other nontraditional works, has largely shaped his thoughts and actions? Just how much can he blame her for his current state of affairs?
The journal takes on a life of its own. But will John discover the reasons for his dysfunctional situation? Can keeping the journal help him improve his life?