Ida is overwhelmed by all the decisions she has to make.
Ida works hard to get everything ready for the girls to come over, but Charlie can't even close a kitchen drawer.
Ida experiences gentle yoga with her niece, and only laughs out loud twice.
Ida thinks about the passing of her mom, and the passing of an old friend, and gives us a bit of wisdom in the process.
It's been years since she waited for the school bus, but Ida still feels a sense of new beginnings come September.
Ida and Charlie have an eye opening conversation about what men talk about when they're together.
Ida laments the loss of someone who has haunted her kitchen since the seventies.
Ida recognizes that even Scamp needs to feel pretty on a summer day.
Ida discovers how to turn her high school reunion into an uplifting affair.
Ida discusses the keys to having a successful yard sale.