In bed at night, she conjures up her ideal country house, decorating herself to sleep. She sings for money, belting out jingles for banks and burger joints with all the emotion she can muster. Despite all promises to herself, she keeps going back to a man who won't commit, and then she tries to love someone who can, telling herself that she can do this. She is Faith, and she is turning thirty. She is at the center of these haunting, unsettlingly real, and unpredictably witty tales about what it's like to be not quite young and not quite old, not quite settled and not quite free.