Downsized in business, upsized in clothes and left with her unwed daughter, grandbaby and ailing mother to support, Laurel Kelly is forced to make a new start after 40. Her funny and familiar mid-life journey asks - Am I fulfilling my mission? Can I compete with younger women? am I becoming my mother? and makes us root for her triumph and ultimately join her in saying, "Never look back. Well, if you do, just don't stare."
Four generations of females move from the San Francisco Bay Area to the coastal town of Crescent City where their relationship undergoes major challenges. Laurel must support the family while fending off the advances of a charming, yet seemingly philandering man. 20 year old Kari feels lost after quitting school and leaving friends to raise her baby. She struggles to be her own person, yet desperately needs her mother's approval. 60 year old Doris feels alone and unappreciated. As they struggle to work together and begin a new business, they are confronted by a barrage of challenges that brings each of them to a crossroads.
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