Sally absolutely loves to swim. She swims every morning and night; she would sleep in water if she could. Sally recently entered a swimming competition and she's been training for it the past few months. Her goal is to win the competition and earn money for her family. She would love to be the winner.
Sally is at a hotel in Florida. It's in the middle of July. The competition is in a few weeks. Sally is preparing harder than ever. She's getting all the practice she can get at the pool in the hotel. Every time she goes for a swim she loves the feel of the cold water on her back and flowing through her body. Sally loves to swim alone but loves to have an audience as well. A lot of guests from the hotel are excited to see her swim before the competition. They watch a sneak peek poolside.
The people around her cheer and clap and watch in awe. The sound of joy and laughter and hand clapping and cheering motivates Sally to become better.
The water feels great and Sally is happy. This is her utopia. She swims for about an hour doing tricks and trying new things before she gets tired and needs a rest.