She is somewhat of a busybody, always telling her children and grandchildren what to do, expecting them to live their lives her way. She does not understand that she drives them away when she does this.
He is retired from the Midland Pacific Railroad, and he spends most of his time at home in their house in St. Jude. He doesn't have any hobbies or physical activities, which is a source of conflict between him and his wife.
He lives in New York City where he works as a writer and proofreader. He is having financial difficulties and has borrowed more than twenty thousand dollars from his sister.
She begins a philanthropic project for underprivileged children called the Garden Project. Her physical involvement with Denise leads to Denise's dismissal as executive chef of The Generator.
He lives in...
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