Everyone who knows me knows I love positivism which includes romantic reconciliation, happy endings and hope that things can get better.
I have an idea for a big project which will happen years down the road, but I want an opinion on it first. It's a couple who's been together for 29 years, but their marriage is really on the rocks and decide to divorce. However, when the husband is on his way to the attorney's office to get the papers, he gets into a car accident. The good news is that he comes out of it ok. The bad news is that he suffered one injury: he hit his head and now, he's suffering from a unique form of amnesia that causes him to think and see world as he did when he was an 18 year old college student and he acts as such. This includes seeing his wife the way he did when they were dating in college. To not traumatise him or risk making things worse, the doctor has clinically prescribed everyone including the wife and friends to play along until the husband's memory gets back.
What do you all think? Sounds like a good story?