One boy and a beautiful girl walking through the park. Bill sings a song.
It’s taking place in Canada, in Montreal. George has been to Canada and thinks it’s taking place in the fall, or Autumn. They’re walking close together. We think they know each other.
There are lots of trees to look at. It’s in the middle of the day, most people are at work, and they are strolling through the park. They’re friends. They’re enjoying the trees.
Isobel loves to walk. She says that this year, with the early rains, the trees are magnificent. Her husband has taken her down the coast for three weeks to enjoy the scenery.
The couple feel happy. They’re just going for a short walk in the park. John thinks the park looks like it’s in Sydney, and behind them there is music. They listen to the music, but we don’t know where they are going afterwards.
Roberta thinks it looks like where she lives. It’s very nice. We can hear the sound of children talking and playing. We can hear bushes. The trees are moving and we hear the sound of the leaves and branches moving, and you can stop and listen.
The trees look nice. There are flowers in the trees. Peggy remembers working in the garden to help her dad. It’s a large park. You’d have to go through the park. A lot of people stroll there on weekends. Bill played in a band. It would be good to advertise: “Come to the park. This weekend the band is playing.”
The park needs to have a mix of trees. It’s not good to have all tall and strong-looking trees. We need attractive trees as well. Old trees turn brown. Nature takes over!
This story was created by Maria B., Ellen, Roberta, Peggy, George, Lance, John, Isabel, Bill and Eileen at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 30 November 2015.