So, here's what I've got on a plot: Willis would say that he's a failure at life. But then again, he isn't technically alive. An ex-guardian angel, he was kicked out of heaven when the four-year-old girl he was supposed to protect was a victim of a hit-and-run due to his negligence. Nowadays, stripped of his supernatural abilities and attempting to coexist with humans, he's beginning to track down other not-so-perfect angels who live on earth. Also, he's beginning to see the ghost of the girl he'd failed to protect. In a Herculean effort to turn his life--er, existance--back around, he wants to avenge the girl's death, soothe her spirit, and perhaps gain amnesty for himself and his fallen friends. The problem? No opposition. The only antagonist so far would be the hit-and-run driver. But he turns out to be a decent guy who'd just made a mistake. I was considering elaborating on the supposedly perfect nature of Heaven's angels... but other than that, there's very little conflict involved. So... my two questions... Does my idea bore you? :3 and, Where is there some room for conflict?