They’re having breakfast and they’re having a drink. Helen doesn’t think they know each other, but Giuseppe thinks they do know each other! They’re only friends. They’re not related. It takes ages to become friends with people you don’t know.
The man’s name is Harold. The lady has thick legs and big knees. There is a nice table cover. Patricia Helen is the lady’s name. Elsie thinks they live in units and they’re next door to each other, and they just share breakfast. They are in Patricia Helen’s unit.
They’re very hungry. Patricia Helen was just asked by Harold a question, and he is waiting for the answer. Harold has no shoes on because it’s hot. Patricia Helen also has bare feet. Harold has asked Patricia Helen: “What are you doing later?”
Patricia Helen is very special and is talking to the gentleman and saying about the secret of life! Maria thinks they’re very happy and they listen properly, one to the other, to the stories. They are both very clever. Maria’s dad owns the unit. Chrissie wonders why they don’t have any shoes. It is hot, because Patricia Helen is wearing something sleeveless, in addition to no shoes.
It is summer in Karahoja. The gentleman is about to sing a song for the lady. The boy tells the girl she is very pretty. The man is tall and beautiful and he is good-looking.
The fellow is the only one talking. Margaret thinks it is taking place around lunchtime. Harold is feeling a sense of anticipation. Peggy thinks Patricia Helen will tell him to “rack off”, but Elsie thinks Patricia Helen might be saying “yes” to going out later!
They’ve got a glass of wine—one each. There is a shoe there, so there might be someone else! There is someone walking into the room …
IT’S THE … CLEANER!!!!!
Harold and Patricia Helen go out for a walk out in the fresh air. The way Harold is looking at her, he wants more than just being friends!
They want to go out together to enjoy the fresh air. Elsie thinks they just want to be friends, but Peggy thinks Harold will get his own way because they’re sitting just the two of them and the atmosphere is very quiet. The man drinks more than the lady!
This story was created by Maria B., Elsie, Helen N., Helen S., Giuseppe, Stanley, Chrissie, Peter, Margaret and Peggy at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 27 April 2015.