“Awwww,” says Ellen. “Now that’s better,” says Elsie!
He’s a lovely boy. He’s good looking, agrees all the ladies.
“John is coming,” says Pam. He’s a very nice boy. He’s three-years-old, maybe two, or he could be three or four-years-old.
John likes to walk in the park. Here, he doesn’t know which way to go. “But, don’t you think he’s put two and two together a little and he knows where the food is?,” reckons Isabel.
We can’t see the parents but Pam can see a lady in the back with glasses and she thinks that is his mum. John has gone for a look around and he says: “Come on, Mum!”
John could have got some food to bring it over to his mum. It’s taking place in a city, in Sydney. Bill doesn’t know whether it’s a boy or a girl, but Ellen is sure it’s a boy. “Look at his hair,” she exclaims.
It could be a little girl walking down the street thinks Bill, but he’s not an expert though! Joe thinks it’s a boy too.
There’s carpet there, so it’s taking place inside. Maria thinks John is a boxer because he is holding up his fist. She thinks he is angry and will punch someone. Look at his shoes, he must be a boy. Bill thinks either way, he shouldn’t be in the middle of the road!
We don’t know what food John is going to get, but he certainly wouldn’t be going to get vegetables—that’s for sure! It’s looks like he’s going on holidays. Tony notices that John’s got his other hand on the bag. Our John thinks he is going to pull a chair out to sit down.
You’d like to think children that age don’t get angry, instead they get more excited, especially when they are learning to walk. Maria’s great-granddaughter might like John for a boyfriend!
Roberta thinks there might be something wrong with the baby’s eye. Maria thinks he’s just looking for trouble. According to Bill, the only story about the boy is that he shouldn’t be on the road! Roberta agrees!
Pam thinks John has said: “Nana, I’m hungry.” Nana says: “Wait for me, I’ll buy you some chips!”
Pam loves chips!
This story was created by Maria B., John, Giuseppe, Tony, George, Bill, Roberta, Ellen, Isabel, Elsie, Pam, Yianni (John) and Peggy at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 29 February 2016.