It is at the water. That is where you would expect it to be. It is down around Manly and it is in the afternoon. It is very cloudy. The water would be a bit rough. It would be sailing around Sydney, maybe going up North. The pilot is there and fixing it all up. Whoever is driving it is on board. You would hear it all - all sorts of things. It is too dangerous looking. You would hear the driver. You would smell the water and a fishy smell. Any water there is there. I hope I wouldn’t fall in the water, as long as there are no sharks or drowning. You could sink. Hard luck. It would be the quickest she had ever run on water. There wouldn’t be enough life boats if it was sinking. We would have to wait to rescue us. I would be praying and I might go under. I would get up very quickly, we could scream and scream for help. The water comes in and it all sinks. You would be walking on water.
This story was created at the Carinya Dementia Unit by Paul, Theo, Kay, Monica, Brenda, Roma, Val, Freda and Pat on 1 August 2013.