It looks like a boy who is a new arrival – a refugee. He’s calling out “Eureka! I’ve made it! Whoopee“. I would certainly scream that out if I won the lottery. He is on a beach. It’s dusk because the sun isn’t clearly obvious. It’s sunset and the sky is grey. The beach is in Whoop Whoop town and he looks very very happy. He must be a left handed person because his watch is on his right hand. His joy and happiness is displayed in his reflection.
He looks very athletic. He has just come out of the water. By the way he is jumping it looks like he only has one leg, has he just survived a shark attack? He looks terribly happy, he is thinking “Oh boy I really achieved something.” He’s seen a shark and swam like Billy-o to get out.
His name is Wobbleman. Yes he is Wobble man from Whoop Whoop Beach. He’s no Australian, so you never know with those names. He might be from the jungles of Columbia. He is showing off to someone. He could have mates on the beach there or he could be showing off to anyone who is looking at him. He’s honouring his God because he is happy to be alive!
Maybe Wobbleman is going to wobble up the beach, pick up the towel, suck in a jelly fish and then go home. He definitely has achieved something. He’s been through a stressful swim, he’s grateful to be alive. It’s now low tide. When the tide turns Wobbleman will swim back to the sea because he is really a one legged, deep sea diver ! He will resume his life in the Endora Strait which is the deepest stretch of ocean in the world near the Philippines.
Thanks to Frank, Rosetta, Joyce, Marley, Laila and Sophie who created this story at Calvary in the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit on the 17th of November 2015.