They look like sisters and they are friendly sisters. The older ones name is Aunty Mary. The young ones name is Roma. Roma is laughing at her and asking how long have you been on the earth? Aunty Mary says,"what has that got to do with you." They don't like each other. I don't like them. I don't dislike many people.
They are probably at one of the houses where the sister lives in the afternoon. You can hear the boy laughing, maybe on a Saturday. Is it a school day? If it is a school day she shouldn't be there. She may have come to discuss things with her mates, she looks a bit bewildered. They are playing cards and there is a little bit of food there for the afternoon tea and that's where the kids would be. They do it very often, showing off, maybe on Saturday, they are saying it quiet well. They are playing cards, they pack up the cards and go home. The young one is the grand daughter. She said "looks like a Jack." The card is a Jack or a King. They adjourn for a cup of tea, biscuits and a piece of cake. She would buy two pieces of cake from the cake shop. There is no love at all or anything. They have got to like each other and they got married. Aunty Mary would know what it is all about.
This story was created by Michael, Roma, Brenda, Joseph and Val in Carinya Dementia Unit, April 4, 2013.