Dear Harlan: My parents are downsizing their home. My two older siblings live out of town. We are all adults with our own families. I’m fed up with being the one to do everything because I live here.
My parents have boxes filled with my brother’s and sister’s childhood stuff. There is too much to ship and my parents can’t store the boxes in their new place. My parents have asked for my help because my siblings can’t come home. I’m so aggravated that I’ve been given this task.