A short 2-minute video of Grandpa (1918-2013) just sitting at the table doing his daily stuff. Might seem a little mundane, but it's little things like these you miss most: often overlooked and taken for granted, but representative of a person's existence.
For example, the little packet of Ensure Plus: we started to let him take this milk regularly to supplement his diet when he started to eat lesser and lesser. At the beginning, he enjoyed this milk and could finish the entire packet in one sitting, but then started drinking lesser and lesser again. As you would see in this video, all he did was take a few sips. At another point in the video, he rejects eating the leftovers of his food, of which only one or two mouthfuls were taken.
That action of cleaning the table with the ball of tissue paper: grandpa was someone who loved cleanliness. Any little spot on the table, little droplet of water, would be cleaned off immediately. He had a tray on his right side which would always contain a box of tissue paper. Somewhere in the background in one point, grandma walks down the stairs carrying a few boxes to place in his room.