It's the March Break. Helen's best friend from high school returns to Elkford with her daughter, Genesis. The young lady is Sharon's age, but Sharon isn't at all enamoured at the prospect of having to spend all her time 'babysitting' a stranger. But Genesis turns out to be a charming, magnetic, charismatic personality and, in short order, all of Sharon's friends are drawn to the fascinating newcomer. Before long Sharon feels taken for granted and like an outsider in her own inner circle--until she learns her friends really do care about her, and that the grass is indeed always greener on the other side.
Marsha: Three kids Helen?
Helen: I know, this from a person who never even wanted children.
Helen (quickly): But could never live without them.