Marie is in a retirement community and hates it. She blames her son for putting her there and she refuses to go to her granddaughter’s wedding because Marie feels the young girl is making a mistake. But after her granddaughter has some harsh words with her, Marie sets out to walk to Oregon and the coast to tell the young lady what she has to say. Not only does she want to have her say, she also wants to prove a point-and that is that that she can do anything she wants to do.On this adventure Marie meets some new friends and some characters she would just like to forget. Her only thought is that she is going to do this and no one is going to stop her. The important thing that this trip does is open her eyes to some facts that need to change in her own life including some of her viewpoints. Taking care of our elders is not always an easy thing. For many years they have done things their way, now changes are happening and it is hard for them to listen to their children regarding the issues. But this story tells of a determined woman that is bound to do things her way and along the way finds that she is wrong and needs to ask for forgiveness. We award this film the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+.