By the St. John's Storytellers: Katherine, Vicki, Ed, Bev, and Sally on January 20th, 2016
That person is looking up, scared to death! That young woman is frightened, but she'll recover from it. She could be Barbara.
That sign is the name of a magician, Erracurra. There's another woman, also named Barbara. The young man is a magician, and it's a magician's act. They're just having fun, 'cause he's just a kid, doing something in his bedroom. The frame in the background is a previous act.
They're not screaming, they're just having fun. The picture about the beach is right there.
I hope Barbara does something for fun. The picture about the beach is right there.
He's telling her what a nice child she has.
Barbara takes pictures of a park.
That's a table or cabinet that they use for playing cards, and the child is hiding in it. The table is not for carrying children, it's for playing cards and having company.
It's nothing serious, it's just kids messing around. Nothing much will happen.
Barbara wants to know how the picture of her daughter was taken, so she's re-enacting the picture.
After this Barbara will go to the movies, a movie about music, classical or opera. She's going to take her daughter. They'll have candy and buttered popcorn - candy canes, butterscotch, several different kinds so they have a choice. There's lots on sale. She's not going to have too much so she doesn't get a tummy ache. Her mom's not