They’re going for a jump and a paddle in the water because they’re happy, that’s their life and also because they are hungry. You can hear a galararing sound. In Scotland they‘d be saying “Hello there, how’s it going? They’re both holding hands. Dennis the penguin on the left is saying “I hope that water is clean today”. The other penguin is saying, “That’s right”. They look like Twiddle-Dee and Twiddle-Dum. You can hear the sound of the waves. It looks like it may be a man-made canal which means it is hard work and the water could be dirty. Near the penguins you can smell seaweed and the surf.
They’re trying to make up their mind whether to go or not. One’s trying to encourage the other and is saying, “Here we go” then they go into the water. They don’t drown these birds, they float. They float out to the ocean; thank goodness for that. Twiddle-Dee and Twiddle-Dum are heading out to the ocean for a meal and hopefully there will be plenty out there.
This story was created on 17 June 2013 in Calvary Rehabilitation Unit by Mary, Bob, Therese, Shirley, and Maureen.