Hot days, cold drinks, "extra" time and visits with family bring out all kinds of memories. If there is an opportunity to share them, especially with each other (and the younger members of the family), even better. Some involve food, and the fellowship of several family members together. Some are of celebrations that specific days bring the memories - like graduations or birthdays.
I still smile, even laugh a little, when thinking of Dad (70+) creaming my son (25+) at ping pong on my grandson's first birthday. My son had thought it would be an easy win - Poppa (his name for my Dad) was over 70, walked with a cane and "only" played chess. Dad had my son moving all over the place as he (Dad) creamed him (my son). Turns out Dad held second place at table tennis all through high school - first place was his older brother, my uncle.
As I sit with my youngest grandson, and he creams me at table games, I think of these famly times. Good memories to have and to share. Good, quiet memories that bring a smile. What are your good memories?