What to do for sisters who find it so easy to get lost in their own thoughts and desires in a big city? Everything seems to be finebut wish to pause life, at least until September, and return to the place of my childhood. The braided walls of the old house separate from the world with its many questions, and Grandma Thea does not ask anything, but always near) But summer does not stop time: people from the past, present and future life appear on the doorstep. Everyone in this house - and the sisters themselves, and the grandmother, and the Indian cousin, and the confused mother, and even the red cat without a name - is on the verge of change. Summer is coming, pumpkins for export are growing, conversations are not subsiding, and problems and solutions are running ahead.