After the children are grown, do parents get to do what they want to do? Maitland gave up
painting to become a successful businessman, so his wife, Nancy, and his children would be
financially secure. When his son declares he’s going into business instead of pursuing his
passion for architecture, Nancy suggests that Maitland leave the business world, and paint.
They can live off the money they would have spent on furthering their son's education. Or can then?