Daniel, Ed, Patricia, Barbara, Jackie, Harold, Emil, Donna, Willy
(with facilitation help from Karin, Kari, Thomas, and Allyson)
That's Bill Crosby playing a violin in the park. He's at the wine festival in Mequon where they have strawberry wine and chocolate. He's playing folk music. (We all sing "I've been working on the railroad; Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah, and Dinah won't you blow.")
The president of the U.S. took this picture in Washington DC. George Washington.
He has a hat over his ears to keep his bald head from getting sun burned. He has a box that he wants people to put money in so he can something to eat. Like a 5 cent hotdog. Or a steak and egg sandwich with strawberry jam.
There are two lovers holding hands walking on the sidewalk to go home. The man is wearing tennis shoes. Their names are Paul and June.
Bill Crosby will go to the bank to cash a check. If he isn't going to do anything with his money he might as well not have it. He'll buy furniture and appliances for his house. He'll buy a yellow corvette. He will drive it into the river and drown. Poor guy.
Paul and June are into their walk to a hotel. Ed will go home where the buffalo roam and then to Carroll College in Waukesha. Paul and June will go into their room and they are served a lunch of baked potato soup and red lobster and strawberry wine. But they have to go home because they have kids to take care of. June has slippers.
Bill Crosby gets hit by a camel. Paul and June go home to their kids. That's the end. The sky is moving.