"What are you thinking about Grandpa?"
"The good ol'days."
Grandma clucked her tongue. "Don't pay your grandfather any mind, Roger. Every generation regales their chldren with tales about the old days as if they were somehow better than today: more moral, more promising. But the old days had their troubles too.
"Yes, I suppose your're right Margaret. " Grandpa's shoulders slumped slightly as he walked back inside the house and removed his gas mask and containment suit. "I just get sentimental on bright sunny days I guess."