She’s catching of one those…like a disk
She’s a very active tennis player that I wish was me.
Oh, to be young again!
She has a beautiful figure
But what happens to her when she gets on the floor?
Well, it’s sand, so I doubt if she’ll hurt herself too much
But I though tennis was played on a court
Oh, it’s not a tennis racket, it has no handle!
I think she’s on vacation
On the Riviera
I’m just appreciating it, it’s beautiful
Yes, it is
Hey, it looks like me!
I’m curious to know what she’s playing
She’s up in the air
It looks like our ocean
I can’t figure out the score
She looks like a grandma
Her name is Esther
She’s with a group of seniors
For a woman her age, she has a nice figure
We all say we’re 29. I do.
Nobody is there with her.
Nobody wants to be with her.
Maybe it’s a family vacation, because she’s a mature woman.
She has no family. She’s alone.
Her family got rid of her.
I think she has a big family and they’re very happy.
It doesn’t look like she has a family.
She’s a lonely person.
You can hear the ocean in the background, the waves coming in and out
She’s going to fall.
She’s not wearing proper shoes for this type of jump.
Hurray! Hurray! She’s flying up!
It smells like salt water and air. Fish.
It’s fresh, it clears your lungs out.
I wish I was there right now.
Created at the Freda Mohr Sr. Center
Jewish Family Service, Los Angeles
August 8, 2014