The average age of the people living in the Morning Glory condominium is sixty-two. Together in the well-used recreation room watching movies, playing cards, holding an art show, or a wake, these seniors are, finally, ‘really’ living.
Mary is busy with her daughter and pregnant granddaughter while Alice desperately wants more time with her family. Phil and Helen’s affair is discovered, Paul and Sandra agree to become friends with benefits, and Lise wages war with the local dog walkers who try to ignore what their animals are leaving on her perfectly tended lawn.
The lives of the residents of the Morning Glory condominium prove the Yogi Berra quote: It ain't over till it's over.