Her name is Deadly, the deadly black widow. She looks like she’s trying to escape. She probably feels like… She looks like she feels. Maybe she is escaping a deadly motor cycle gang. She’s off early. She has a gun on her. She’s shaking to death.
It looks like a lady. She’s pretty just like you two. She’s going to be giving support. She’s in a good mood and smiling. I’m not sure if she’s a female or male. I think she is looking for a man because of the way she is moving. Look at her clothes. That ain’t no…Do you believe it! Yeah, that’s what she told me.
She’s looking at a candy bar. It’s chocolate with milk on top. It tastes like chocolate. She’s a jockey and she lost her horse. So she stole a motorcycle to find her horse. That motorcycle is going to get her in trouble.
That ain’t a woman. That’s a logger (pointing to the trees.) I’ve got a good feeling for me about her. She stole the motorcycle to get away from Nick not to find her horse (laughter). She’s feeling left out because the other people are lost in the story. The other people in the story.
I would hear “Good night Irene. Good night Irene. Good night Irene. I’ll see you in my dreams.” I can’t sing it because I would sound like a frog. We like frogs! If I were there I would hear the girl giggling, as she’s looking around wondering what’s going around in the world. I would hear, “I wish I bought a dog instead of a motorcycle.”
I had a motorcycle. I would be concentrating on the rear of the motorcycle. I would smell gasoline. I would smell hamburgers and French fries.
She’s going to take off. She’s a liberated woman ahead of her time because she’s driving a motorcycle. This takes place at Alki beach. She looks dry so I would say it’s sunny.
Created by male storytellers at a VA dementia care community. 15 May 2017