Someone is eating a Hershey’s candy bar. It’s a father and son duo singing songs at the family picnic. They are getting organized and learning how they do. One is standing close to the other and the boy is copying the man. One is an adult and one is a boy. That tells you quite a bit right there. What does it tell you? It tells you that the boy obeys the adult.
We should name them singing Harman and Chow. They are singing up a storm. The boy is trying to keep up with his father. They look happy at it and enjoy each other’s company. The mother is up in the house putting a rag up to her face because it sounds so horrible. There are probably other people there. Church people might be there. This is taking place at a yard at a BBQ. It could be raining there. I think that the men…
Its summertime and they’re feeling good. The son is trying to outdo the father and the father is smiling like a dog. If I was there I could hear the movement among the trees. I would hear the people talking. It’s probably about three o’clock in the afternoon. Hey, come here. See that boy’s tongue it’s pointing to his cheek so it would be difficult to sing. Tongue and cheek, what does that mean? Tongue and cheek means you’re joking but really not. That boy is not joking with his father.
They are going to get up and start dancing as part of the routine along with singing. My Dad and one his brothers were tap dancers. Well, I don’t think they would.
Created by male storytellers at a VA dementia care community. 31 October 2016