Elderly Parents and the Pandemic

The pandemic is producing reconstituted families. Children who are back from college are now bemused (if somewhat discomfited) that their old rooms were (in their absence) turned into memorials to their long-forgotten selves. Grandparents follow, afraid to be alone but (like their grandchildren) bewildered as to where exactly they will fit in. In the middle, parents manage everyone (sort of).

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