I can't tell but are these two dancing?
You're never to old to dance.
He is being nice to his mother.
She does look like his mother.
He is her son, a thoughtful man.
She is going to leave with the stranger. She's going to leave to go with someone but she is not going to give them more than two days. She will give them two days only.
His name is plain Joe.
Her name is Mode.
All the children are watching. They hope to dance when they get older. They love the dance clothes.
The music is old time day music, an old fashion waltz.
Everybody can waltz.
It's the two step.
It's in Maine out in the country.
It is summer.
They were having a yard sale in their backyard.
The kids are not sitting.
They are standing and watching.
Watching their relatives.
Their dresses are beautiful at the family reunion.
Woodland Residents: Ernestina, Jerry, Maggie, Dolores, Helen, Juliette, Doris