She’s showing off her swimsuit. She’s still wears her stockings. She wouldn’t dare show her bare legs. She says. “Thank God I’m rid of him!” We’re at the beach, at Coney Island or it could be Asbury Park, Jones Beach or Atlantic City. It’s 1925. Her name is Amelia Earhart. She says; “Who said I’m lost?! I’m here at the beach”. Amelia is feeling constipated. She’s from heaven or maybe Toms River. She feels happy. She’s fun loving. She has three children, she’s not married and she thinks she might be pregnant. Amelia has parents and many boyfriends. Colleen says she would like to meet Amelia. Amelia’s parents are not at the beach. They are ashamed of her.
Amelia would like to learn to fly an airplane. She takes it easy. Amelia wants to dance, she wants to be successful and she’s worried about who will watch the kids. Amelia wants to marry a rich man. Honey said “I hope her rich husband brings her castor oil or a suppository” . At the beach she hears the lifeguards, the boats and the ocean water.
The lifeguard could be one of her boyfriends married to her best friend. That would be a triangle. She smells suntan lotion, fish, food from the boardwalk and sand. She leaves the beach disappointed. Her car runs out of gas so she goes to the gas station. She says “May I have the key to use the bathroom?” Oh boy she is happy now. But there is no toilet tissue. So after all that she went home and had a beer. She is having the beer with her boyfriend who is there too. After that she will fly away. Amelia sings “Fly away with me”. And she still has a smile.