He is playing a violin. Or a fiddle says Dorothy. The boy is pretending he has an instrument. Patty thinks he is singing along. They look like they are outside of a restaurant. They look like they are outside of a Jackie Gleason Show thought Patty. Joe and John says Patty. Dorothy thinks Jimmy. I will name him Warren and I don’t know why. The little guy is playing something. It is up to his ear. He is singing along says Grace. He looks familiar said Dorothy. Stick around and we will find out. Patty thinks they are outside of the diner on N 3rd Ave and Cross St. in Wausau. The boy could be about 6-8 years old. Bernetta thinks maybe 11-12. We all agree that the other man in the picture is his dad. Dorothy thinks he is 32. They have to be outside of a store or restaurant. The little boy’s name is Jimmy, Charlie, Spencer, Kenny, Cody, Thomas, Gary, James, or Dale. They may be playing to get a hamburger. They may be trying to get people to come eat there. Maybe for pocket money thinks Dorothy. They might be playing polkas and waltzes said Mary Ann. Grace said maybe kid’s music. Dorothy thinks it might be hard to play polkas and waltzes on a violin. Grace thinks it might be hard to sing polkas and waltzes. Patty thinks he is playing to his son. You can smell soups, pies, cakes, and chocolate donuts we all think. They seem to be playing on a Saturday afternoon. After they are done they can go here to have their soup, sandwiches, and ice cream thinks Mary Ann. They serve all kinds of cookies, and all different kinds of bakery things thinks Patty. How about cheesecake and pies? The guy is wearing 3 shirts; a stripped one, probably navy and red, and two more underneath that are blue and green. They might be cold. The boy is wearing a jacket. The doors are not opened up observes Patty. Maybe they are getting ready to open the theatre Patty thinks. It is before opening time. They are trying to get business to come in thought Mary Ann.