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As a widow with two grown children, Delia Morrison lives alone. Both her children want her to live with them; however, she has letters in hand from each of them. The first letter is from her son Andrew. He tells his mother that she should come live with him and his wife Annie. He has a room for her. He suggests that she rent out her house for income or sell it and invest the money. He says that her maid, Sally, is getting too old to help her. Andrew then invites her for Thanksgiving, enclosing travel money with the letter and asking her to stay with them afterward.

The second letter is from Delia's daughter Jean. She has also invited her mother to come for Thanksgiving and then stay on with them. She and her husband Joe offer her a room in their home...

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