Five years after moving to Las Vegas, the author develops an allergy to the intense summer heat. After deciding to leave the city every summer, she discovers the benefits of an affordable travel club and European home exchanges. As Terry winds her way through Canada, the United States and Europe, there's even a little Italian romance to boot.
While traveling for sixteen years, Terry continues to write in her life-long diary. As a result, she writes thirty-eight exciting, and often humorous, short stories.
Fate also puts her in a circle of thinkers and doers. In France, she finds herself in the company of the doctor who created the abortion pill, a well-known painter, and a famous pianist.
Its unexpected variety is what makes this an exciting and entertaining read. At its heart, the book celebrates the spice of life and new experiences that can change the way we think.