It was so wonderful to see you in LA and get the privilege to witness your work- I’m so grateful. I just read your book on the flight home (I absolutely loved it- your best, I think and it validated so much of what’s currently going on in my life), but that’s not why I’m writing. After I finished (about midway through our flight) I had a very strong feeling that I was meant to give it to the woman sitting next to me. I felt shy and awkward, we hadn’t even said hello, but the feeling kept building and so finally I plucked up the courage and said: “Hi, I’m sorry, you’re probably going to think I’m insane and that’s fine, I’ve never done something like this, but I feel like I’m supposed to give you this book.” She smiled at me and inquired about it and I told her a little bit about you. She took it and thanked me and we put our headphones back in. Not 30 seconds later she taps me on the shoulder excitedly, waving her phone around. I pull out my earbuds and she says that a friend of hers recently had a death in the family and said a book had really helped her and that she should read it. The last email she read before our flight was her friend saying “please get Rebecca Rosen’s book.” And then I hand it to her! It was such a fun wink and nudge and I just had to share it!