Phil and Margaret mid-seventy seniors, live in a small suburban community. Oddly, they have never met or conversed. Both live alone, recently “spouseless”. Phil is a bit more gregarious than Margaret. She is always pleasant but normally reserved. Phil has a son who lives on the West Coast. Occasionally, they correspond. Margaret, sorrowfully, has no children. Phil volunteers as a server at a local homeless shelter on weekends. Monday through Friday he works the register and stocks shelves at the town Food Mart. Since his wife passed away, he isn’t sleeping well and can be caught napping, dozing off at the local cinema. He spends much of his free time feeding pigeons and squirrels in the park. Margaret has always been an avid reader. During the days of the week she works at the Municipal Library. Very often, on sunny days and in the midst of a good novel, she’ll walk to the park and get further immersed in her reading. Margaret, not surprisingly, loves children and animals. She has been known to spend time checking out the new admissions at the Pet Shop. Phil and Margaret keep busy deflecting their loneliness. They truly miss their partners. On several chance occasions, Phil spies Margaret. He finally, musters enough courage to initiate action. The question for both: After many years of successful, loving partnerships can they move on?