She’s waiting for it to stop raining. She’s all bundled up and she’s taking a rest. She was walking around. She thought, “Well, I’ve sat here long enough,” and started walking again.
She’s one of the neighbor people. The people who go for a walk in the woods. She’s not afraid, she’s a cowgirl.
She’s just a young kid. Maybe 16 or 17. She’s an animal! Her name is Anabelle. She had a nice, wonderful erno – a small chest.
Her parents are standing by. They could have taken the picture. Or an artist could have taken it from his imagination.
She’s in the greenery. She’s going to stop and squat and take a pee. A lot of people go pee camping. The people who go distance to go camping do the same thing. They get out of the car to do their business. You do what you’ve got to do!
She’s looking around to see what to do next. To see if there are any snakes around. A lot of snakes in a situation like that.
She’s a little Mexican girl. She’s in Mexico. SeLarita, Mexico. It’s in the summer in 1955. August. It’s not cold, it’s very hot. She’s prepared for whatever kind of weather. It’s very humid.
She’s dressed like a cowboy. She’s a cowgirl. A ranch person. She’s wearing a cowboy hat to keep the sun off her. She looks happy. Her outfit makes her happy. Curious about her surroundings. Confident.
She’s posing. She’s got something to walk in. that’s what she looks like now. She isn’t the only woman that could be there now. She could be with her parents. With her family.
She must have a horse somewhere nearby. It would be good for what she has on. She’s certainly not afraid. The ones we see…she’s a cowgirl.
Her clothing looks quite new. Her pants aren’t tight. Very comfortable-looking. Very warm. She doesn’t look uncomfortable, though. She lives there.
Grandma helped raise her. And grandma could always take the heat.
They want to suggest that she’s getting too hot, too. And they want to get back in the car. She’s not as hot as the parents are. The car is air conditioned so the parents can feel cool. They can head back on their way – wherever their goal was. Planning to go and visit somebody.
She’s got the rope ready to go. She’s an old cowhand. Maybe they’re going to grandmas.