The yearning deep inside her—to go somewhere, discover something, be a part of the world about her in a new way—would not go away. But what would satisfy it?
In The Tender Years, Virginia Simpson managed to struggle through adolescence and was looking forward to stepping into adulthood. When her graduation day arrives, she walks to the podium as the class valedictorian to the proud grins of her grandparents, Marty and Clark Davis. College beckoned, and life seemed to be well in hand.
But she thought she would feel different. Like an adult, with an inner knowledge that she is on the edge of the nest, ready to try her own wings. And then circumstances began swirling around her, making her rethink her plans and reevaluate her priorities.
Does God have something else in mind for her—something she hadn't considered?