This takes place in New Orleans at the fair, and she’s dancing on the street. She’s wearing a sweater, so I’d say it's the winter. Then again, she’s wearing a short dress. It’s a strange dress for winter weather. The time period would be fall in the 1960s. We’re going to call her Loretta. There’s some music around and she’s dancing around- they probably wanted her to dance. There’s a band around her- or some kind of music- and she just decided to dance. She’s in a real happy mood and it feels good to dance around like that. She’s not really from New Orleans. She cold be from Wyoming. People don’t know much about Wyoming because no one has been there. She’s not a professional dancer because she wouldn’t be doing it there. She works with children- maybe elementary school. She is also a singer. She can’t possibly be by herself. She’s got friends with her watching her- friends and family. She started feeling the music and wanted to dance. Some of the others with her probably don’t want to be seen doing that and said, “I bet you won’t get out there and start dancing.” She said, “You wait and see.”
The way she’s moving, she must be dancing to fast music. Maybe she will dance to “Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown” next. She’s got a key pinned to her sweater because she didn't have a pocketbook and didn’t want to hold it while she danced fast. That’s a good idea. She wants to go shopping when she’s done dancing. Since she’s dancing to fast music, she needs to take a nap.