Yeah! She’s dancing. She’s dancing in Greece in the village Kefalaki. It does look like she’s dancing. She’s having a dance and she’s feeling happy! It’s beautiful.
There are other people in the picture. In Kefalaki there’s water everywhere, like a river. We’re not quite sure how she’s feeling. There is music there. If Nick was there, he could tell something about it.
She’s celebrating something. There is music in the background and she’s enjoying it. She has a family.
Everybody was there to welcome her. She’s dancing by herself. Whatever is the best looking name will be her name. Her name is Maria—it’s a beautiful name! Afterwards, Maria B. will sing a song about Maria.
There are a lot of trombones in the background. They make a bit of noise. Oh yes … for sure!
In Greece, there are too many Marias! Even the Madonna is a Maria. Maria is wearing a cardigan and a skirt, which gives her plenty of room to dance in. She’s doing a tap dance. She just joined in with the music. People have gathered to hear the music. Maria’s in a good mood. After the music stops, she will go wherever she was visiting.
Everybody was happy and danced the zeibekiko! It’s a very popular dance!
This story was created by Maria B., Maria P., Margaret C., Nicholas, Giuseppe, Helen N., Peter and Elsie at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 16 February 2015.