Let's call her beautiful. Her name is Roberta. She's playing a tune on her guitar. She's playing the bassoon.I think she's playing folk music, something calm she would play in Autumn sitting on the bench. Something soft. I'm listening to it. Someone is there hitting a baseball bat. Someone else is there swinging it. Someone else is pitching the baseball. This is on the sidelines.
She is in a backyard. Maybe in a place like Maine. Looks like Indian summer. Look at her short sleeves. It's fall time. He hit a home run. She could be playing a song,(singing)"I am leaving on a jet plane. Don't know when I'll be back again. Oh, Babe, I hate to go." That's Peter, Paul and Mary. I heard they died. No, they did not die! I just read something about them. They are not dead!
She looks happy. She looks sad. She might be missing someone. She looks like a runner. She's leaning forward and stroking her guitar. She does this often. Being around nature inspires you to write. Nature is a soothing, calming thing.
I smell rain, pumpkin pie, hot apple cider and someone farted (giggles). I feel the cool breeze and air. I am ready to hear kids about trick and treat. She's looking for love. She's hoping for love.
I think she is about 27 years old. That's pushing it! She enjoys hunting and fishing. She has a whole lot of things she likes to do. One of them is singing. She likes to paint too. She wants to be with her honey. She is very fashion oriented. You can tell by the way she dresses and moves herself.
She would be a good addition to this organization to take care of other people. She might get up and start walking around and playing the guitar, singing and entertaining.
Created by male storytellers, family members and staff at a VA dementia care community.
25 September, 2017