Where the Road Ends
What if you could do it all over? You can erase every heartbreak, re-write any love story, and even mend broken friendships. You can study harder, drop a few pounds, and maybe focus on the things that actually ended up mattering. You'd have to do everything over, starting from the very moment where things started to drift. With all the knowledge you know about the life you once led, would you go through the same pain twice in order to maintain it, or swerve and travel down a different road for a change? Your life is literally in your hands, so you can drive faster or remain to be the passenger. It's up to you.
Ingrid Benson thought she had things all figured out for the first time in her life, at least up to the part where she gets into a major car accident the day of her college graduation. Instead of waking up in a hospital room or a morgue, she finds herself sitting in the middle of her dorm room on the first day of her Freshman year of college. Knowing that the years ahead would be the hardest of her life, she finds herself just wishing for it to be over. How could she re-live her best friend's death? Break up with the boy she'll spend the next two years crying about? Fall in love and watch it fail every single time? The short answer is she doesn't, and that's where everything starts to go downhill.