By the storytellers of Havenwood Heritage Heights
She's payin' him for somethin'.
She's gonna count all the flowers in the vase.
He's stepping in the mud.
They're next door neighbors.
Pamela and Angelo - they are about 4, they look the same age.
We don't know their exact age because their father is flying with the airplane.
It's summertime - it's very hot. Their hair's pulled up, it looks like they're sweating.
It's a dandelion gone to seed.
They're new neighbors: she's like the little welcome lady and he is skeptical and surprised.
She's got a lunch in that bag - all her goodies.
They're in Mississippi.
Pamela comes from a very large family: her mum didn't have time to iron her dress, her shoes are a little too big. They came from her older siblings.
She has 10 siblings - 3 girls, 7 boys, mostly twins.
She's in the middle. She thinks her large family is natural. Her family says of her, "what's not to like?" She's adorable, she's very sweet.
Angelo moved from New Hampshire to Mississippi - he just moved in.
His family is Greek or Italian or South American - maybe his family doesn't speak English.
Everybody loves his eyelashes.
Angelo has 3 siblings - 2 girls, 1 boy - he has a baby sister but then he's next.
He's very quiet - he sits back and observes things mostly.
When she grows up, Pamela wants to be a mother. She wants to have nice children like Angelo.
Angelo wants to be an architect when he grows up. He likes to build things with tinker toys.
Pamela likes music, she plays with her dolls.
They both have younger siblings (babies), so she said, "Let's take them out for a ride in the carriage!"
Angelo said, "Goody Goody Gum Drops!"
Next, they have an education, they go to school together.
Fast forward: They are 80 years old in a nursing home and they find out they're on the same floor.