There’s an elderly lady in the air, catching a Frisbee.
She’s throwing a discus around.
She’s trying to catch the Frisbee in the air.
I don’t think she can jump that high. That’s way too high!
I believe people can jump that high. I believe I could.
She must have springs in her legs.
I used to play like that with my brothers.
It’s on the beach. Myrtle Beach. It looks like any other beach.
There’s nothing there but water and sand.
No, there’s umbrellas and people.
It’s the summer time.
She ain’t got her clothes on. It’s definitely summer time.
It’s 1950. No, it’s 1965.
She’s not vacationing on a holiday.
We hear wind, water, waves, birds singing, noise from the ocean, and people screaming.
I don’t like the beach.
She’s got a flowery outfit on.
That’s a bathing suit!
She heard the people talking and laughing.
If it was me, it would be in Dutton Creek in Taylor County, Kentucky!
It smells like water. I smell the saltwater. I smell the water.
I smell the grass. I think they’re out in the middle of nowhere.
Her name is Nana. She’s having a good time.
I think her name is Mary.
She watches her grandchildren. I have 12!
She’s fun. She’s a happy person.
I think she’s a happy person.
She’s having fun jumping that high.
If she can jump that high I don’t know why she has to fly.
It seems like she’d be very active.
After the beach, she’s going to go eat some hot dogs and pop.
She’ll probably go home and take a rest and then go out.
She might get some ice cream.
They probably serve stuff right there.
She’s going to cook for her children.
She’s still athletic.
That’s quite a story.
I think she took the kids home first. Yeah, she probably took the kids home first.
She’s going to take a hot bath.
After all that activity she’ll probably take a nap.
Maybe she’s married.
Her husband and her will go out for supper.
She might have been on a vacation or she might live there.