It’s an upside down rake! They are looking up at that goofy thing wondering what it is. It looks like a May pole to me. A soldier, his name is Sergeant Smith and he is at an academy. It’s an air force academy called Charles Day Badger Academy and he’s lived there for six years. He is in Minnesota. It’s a mental institution --- I don’t think so!! The pole reminds me of a flying saucer. It’s part of the phone company because it is a telephone poll. There are two adults and three children. Mrs. Smith is the woman. The children’s names are Mary Johnson, Barbara Ann and David Anderson. Their parents are divorced. The children are models for somebody else. Mrs. Smith does typing at the newspaper. She works at the Press Telegram Weekly Newspaper. She works once a week. Their son David grows up to be a lawyer and an Air Force pilot, Barbara Ann becomes a model and a housewife and their other daughter Mary Johnson becomes a dancer and a secretary. She is going to be busy with two jobs. It’s spring! Fall. Early spring! They are raking the leaves into the sewer and it may cause a flood. Mrs. Smith’s hair is blowing around in the breeze but there is probably not much wind. It is cloudy because there are no shadows. It’s 60 degrees and it’s early morning. When they are finished they will go home. It is the year 2050 and people listen to rock and roll music. They are still thinking about parties. The environment is not much different than it is today. Nature is probably cleaner because they have better methods to clear pollution. With nuclear power it doesn’t generate the pollutants and it’s cleaner. Sergeant Smith and Mrs. Smith remain divorced and they pass away.
By Ida, Gloria, Eileen, MaryAnn, Fred and Earlene at Abundant Life Manor