Mary Ann and Kim Freeman are adjusting to life caring for Kim's father, who is living with them while he recovers from hip surgery. Their children, Rosemary and Tommy, have accepted more responsibility in order to help relieve their parents' financial burdens, but money is still tight for the family. Grandfather Freeman's state of mind takes a turn for the worse as he feels he is burdening the family and wishes he could return to his beloved home in Utah. Despite these difficulties, the family celebrates the joyful occasion of Rosemary's wedding, and Tommy begins to court a young woman who has caught his eye. These and other family developments lead Mary Ann and Kim to decide to retire in Utah, where they can take care of Grandfather and allow him to live in his own home again.