LIVING IT UP
Out of a newspaper, in Austria…it's not raining.
In the picture it looks dry.
There's music. She's doing the twist
(sings) Let's twist again like we did last summer,
Let's twist again like we did last year…(several storytellers have joined in, another rolls her eyes, seemingly annoyed but also begins to join in the song).
She feels happiness.
My feet are happy (he taps his feet, smiling and singing. Legs are stretching… (demonstrates a stretch and works her legs up and down, up and down, smiling playfully). I feel relaxed.
(sings)I Love you because you understand me… (male storyteller joins in her song).
She's in her 40's, doing a special dance.
She's on holiday.
She has a lovely family; her family are all over the place.
Her name is Barbara Francis.
She's a dancer, she's into entertainment.
Barbara Francis is separated; she doesn't feel good about it.
They separated because they live in different countries.
In the picture we can see Africans in the back, so they must be in a different country; it's not very nice at all being from a different country.
She's loads of lovely children, they live with the mother.
That's not nice, not nice at all having them separated.
They're friends, not separated. She's with her partner dancing;
You can't see him very good… Just there on the edge. It'd be lovely to see them again.
He's middle aged, he's got white socks, like the band.
… he must be one of the band!
It's beautiful. Jazzy!
It looks as if it's indoors … the floor, it could be couldn't it?
When she leaves she'll collect some of her children
(they grow up quickly).
She'll go home.
She's worn out…. dancing! (laughs)