Oh look at them all. It’s been raining or it still is. I’m watching the fellow out there cutting up those pansies. On the bottom there is 'photo by George Eastman House.' Where is his house? You’ve got two pictures. Oh I don’t know where it could be.
They are happy that it stopped raining. They look like dark people. They probably do know each other, they’re living close together. You’ve got writing. They are happy it’s stopped raining. What it says on the bottom is George Eastman House. Where’s the house? I don’t know where it is. The rain, how did you get two? I can’t smell a thing on mine. I suppose some of them will get hit and go flying. Most of them would come home because the rain has sort of stopped. When they got home they would have a shower and change their wet clothes and they’d go to bed.
The names of all these people. There is no name on mine. I couldn’t call them black people. It’s a photo by George Eastman House. Val might have something. She’s gone to sleep.
This story was created by Valerie, Monica, Joseph, Roma and Brenda in the Carinya Dementia Unit.18.10.2012