They’re selling hamburgers and hot dogs. There is a car out front but we don’t know whose it is. There are mirrors and we can see the reflection. Theresa has never seen a car like that before. It is steel gray, black, or blue. We can have some Coca-Cola while we’re waiting. A kid is going to college. His name is Valentine. It is a convertible. There is a rumble seat in the back. The car is popular with young men. We’re in a shopping center west of Havertown. It is a Volkswagen in front of a store. The car has an owner because it is parked at a side walk. The car looks like there is a plug on the side of it but that is probably decoration. It is spring or summer. The plug could be a car charger. There is a child seat in the back of the car. Valentine has a child, his name is Robert. The two are at home. There is another car in the reflection that has a top. They are at an outdoor picnic. Catherine wouldn’t want to own the car because it isn’t made right.