Standing at the crossroads on train tracks going nowhere, Amelia Brandywine returns home, faced with the stigma of a failed marriage. She is shattered like the broken glass in the storefront windows, withdrawing from everyone and everything. Eventually, Amelia begins to heal from her depression, embracing the little town with its colorful residents. When tragedy strikes, depression rears its ugly head as suddenly as a summer storm. Amelia must choose to let depression rule her life or place her trust in God.