The grandma in white is named Granny Abigail. Her grandson, Thomas George, is bringing her flowers because it’s her birthday. There are two people taking pictures. I like the man with the green hat. He must be kind of goofy. They’re taking pictures because it’s her birthday. She’s turning 80. Granny Abigail is proud of her age. She thinks, “If my kids don’t bring me a present, I’m going to smack ‘em!” Her grandson, Thomas George, is 12 or 13. Thirty-five? Oh, not that old. Later they might take her out to dinner to celebrate, but they look like the kind of people who would have a party at home. If I’m 98, I don’t want to be going out to dinner! Well, if I could walk… One person says, “Don’t move, I’m taking your picture!” Another says, “Hurry up, Grandma, I want to eat!” Thomas George is asking if Granny Abigail has a birthday wish. Her wish is to celebrate her birthday next year–and to make it to her 90th birthday. She wishes for good health, to continue feeling better, and that they come often to see her. When you get that old, you don’t wish for anything. The woman in blue is Granny Abigail’s daughter. There are maybe four generations there. They can smell the flowers, and birthday cake. They can smell coffee to go with the birthday cake. What time of year is it? Is it summer? Look at the heavy clothes they have on, but they don’t have boots on, so it’s not winter. They’re wearing light jackets. They’re at a church. Not many people showed up. Maybe they’re just arriving. Everybody isn’t there yet. It’s a surprise. They hear the clicking of the camera. They also hear an organ playing in the background. They hear more people arriving. Next they’ll bring out a cake. Their family pictures are in the background. Granny Abigail is surprised! Her eyes look so kind. It looks like she’s adoring him.