It’s a little puppet, and he has a problem; he’s stuck.
It’s a garbage field with a bear toy on it.
It’s been a long time since I’ve played with toys.
A child put the puppet there; perhaps the child lost the puppet.
This is an animal—it can see, it can do, it’s not expensive.
Maybe he can lay down.
It’s a pet.
Just a toy.
The child is looking for him.
The puppet looks very sad.
He’s very sad because the child left him.
Someone will take it home and be very happy.
A little boy put the teddy bear on the bicycle wheel, because the bear is sitting up.
It’s not alive, it can’t do that by itself.
Maybe the child was on a bicycle and fell down and left it there.
It’s a puzzle to me.
He was riding his bike and hit something and fell over.
The child cannot find him.
When kids are small—I have my grandsons, and it’s beautiful!
The bear has a purse.
There’s money in the purse.
It’s someplace in the fields, the woods.
He’s waiting for the child to pick him up.
They’re going for a ride.
The child is very sad because he lost the bear.
When the kids come home, they’ll be very happy.
It’s quiet there.
It’s a quiet neighborhood.
There’s an airplane. And crickets.
He can go to sleep. It’s a good bed.
This is Teddy Bear.
Yes, Teddy Bear is a perfect name.
His name is Brownie.
George is a nice name.
It’s a cloudy day, it’s going to rain soon.
There’s a humid smell, like before a rain.
He’s very scared.
The clouds are turning heavy, and he’s stuck there and can’t move.
The children found him and all the money, and they were happy.
I have great grandchildren, and they come and they look and they cook
And sing and dance.
She doesn’t have a friend, she’s lonely.
“I’m lonely, and no one’s taking me away.”
The rain will come and take away everything.