It’s in the lounge room in their backyard or mine. It’s happening on a Sunday. They are complaining too much, they’re complaining because they couldn’t make a noise. The weather is fine, it’s summer. Someone is having a birthday.It’s the little girl. The other people are the mothers and fathers, the grandparents and Doreen was there getting into a little trouble. Look at the little ones there, they are all good, then there’s dinner. There’s a little baby - quite a few babies. They weren’t invited. The little girl’s name is Ollie. It’s a Greek party. That’s right. They are eating a yellow thing in a white holder. They’re eating food - a bit of everything and they hand them out to the boys and girls too. You would hear a few sounds, they would be loud and children crying. You would hear the people who don’t like the food. They would make them sing and they wouldn’t be invited back again. They started to eat and they didn’t like the food. It’s hard to say what they are serving, Doreen did it with them. "Just let them eat everything and then they can go home". Poor Ollie was slipping down and he can’t get out.
This story was created in the Mary Potter House Dementia Day Care Unit at Calvary Hospital by Warner, Margaret, Doreen, Steve and Val on March 24, 2014.