Why do they always give me such a wretched thing to do with my knee? I eat my jeans. Who is they? Man in a laundromat. I guess.
How old is he, 25? Wanting to get out I hope. Being funny. Where you go to do your laundry. Not in my house!
My donkey went to the beach. When the guy is walking. He can't walk in that position!
Robin, I'd rather take him out of the machine. He's hiding from his mother. He's 25, his mother is very dominating sometimes.
Luckily, the machine can go around two or three times. He has boots on. Tennis shoes.
I think it was a challenge. It was success. The donkey smelled the bacon! He ran off in a different direction.
Robert, blue jeans, I hope so, somebody's being silly. It's dangerous, what if the water starts filling? He can't do anything! His nose, the water spout.
He is an acrobat. He's getting one leg out. He's putting all the energy out. The right foot looks like it's out. He breaks his ankle. It's kind of diamond. Run!
How many legs does he have? A donkey has four legs. He has a sense of humor. He is going to search for his mother Mary.
She says, "Look, you've ruined your shoes again." He's being a fool! The mother is not at all amused because they both have to clean the shoes.
The donkey is giggling because he knows he'll have to kick somebody and it won't be him!
Storytellers: Jill, Marge, Dorothy, Oscar, Mary Lou
Facilitators: Tammy Bryant, Ivona Sokolowska
Scribe: Tammy Bryant