I see a grub in the woods and it’s the same thing you see on the highway. This takes place on Old McDonald’s farm. She either gets or eats. (Burt laughs). It’s a barn and its springtime. It looks like that animal there is half a bird. That little girl is the no name girl. This takes place on the Chamber of Commerce. It’s sunny and it’s in October.
There is a little girl there with pink tights and a white top with a white duck. That little girl is named Alice (Alice smiles!) and the duck’s name is Donald. We’ll go with the name Alice. That little girl is smiling. She’s looking around with her hands together and watching the goose.
Alice is quite proud of the goose. She watches that goose as it struts around and deposits poop around. That goose owns part of the woods at that time of year.
That little girl is a bright little girl who is going to grow up to be a teacher. Like Alice in Wonderland. That little girl definitely has a family. I don’t know who they all are. But there are 6 of them in her family. She is about 5 years old.
This photo is from the library of congress. She’s in a barn and ringing the bell. She’s going to feed the goose. Her family is by the ducks and they’re babysitting the ducks. She has a family, a standard family-a mother, father, brother and another sister. Her family is taking her picture. That’s why you don’t see them.
The chickens are going to have eggs. Quack, Quack says the goose. That little girl is singing. You hear the duck quacking. That little girl looks sneaky like she’s hiding candy. That’s a chicken in the doorway. And considering she is close to it I doubt it’s making any noise. They don’t like to be startled. That little girl is holding eggs in her apron. Eggs? I think its eggs too.
This picture looks like it was taken in the 1920’s based on the clothes she is wearing. Once the picture was taken the mother is going to go away with the camera. If those are eggs in her apron she probably is going to take them to the house. If there are no eggs she’s probably going to go out and play. She looks happy and that’s the family pet.
Story created by male storytellers at a VA dementia care community. 29