I think it’s a girl.
Her name is Sharon.
She’s driving a car...?
What kind of machine is that?
It looks like an airplane.
She’s at the Washington D.C. airport.
It looks like it’s winter time, because she’s all covered up with something on her head and a big, thick coat.
Sharon has a good sense of humor and she’s strong-willed.
...You know...she could be a man. She’s got such thick legs. And boots! She’s not very feminine.
She has experience flying.
Five days a week!
Sharon also has family, and she’s close to them.
She’s married with three children.
Her children and her husband are proud of her.
She does what she wants, but is also close to her family.
Now, she’s flying across the Puget Sound.
She’s flying because that’s where her family is over the weekend.
She will get there.
Sharon likes to do things with her kids.
Sharon has to have someone go with her, of course. Those are the rules.
She’s bringing a co-pilot. His name is Bob.
You can hear the sound of the motor.
There are heavy engine sounds all around; there are lots of airplanes in the area.
Sharon feels like she has a big day ahead of her.
She feel like herself. Like Sharon.
She is very aware of what’s going on and what she has to do.
...But I still think it could be a man.