With a three year old and an eight month old running her haggard, the last thing Shelley needs is more stress- which is exactly what her husband Dan brings home, in the form of a mischievous puppy. He insists the dog found him, following him until she made her way into his heart, and he felt strangely compelled to bring her home. Shelley is livid, but as she drops the puppy off at a shelter, she can’t help wondering: What if Dan is right? What if the puppy found them? She soon finds the answers to her questions when the animal plays a role in an incredible miracle, proving God brought the dog to them exactly when they needed her the most.
Meanwhile, Margaret tales a negative review of her artwork to heart and alters her style to appease the critic. How can she rediscover the joy of her passion? Beverly has ongoing concerns about her father’s health and enlists the help of her neighbor Mrs. Peabody. And Diane, convinced that something mysterious is happening at Orlean Point Lighthouse, organizes a stakeout. The women have seen lights and a shadowy figure inside the shuttered structure, and a stakeout will finally provide answers. But when they see someone inside, they bang on the door and the lights go out… and no one comes out. What is really going on at the lighthouse?