“Oh,” says Helen. Maria thinks they are Scottish girls. They look like they do Scottish dancing. They are beautiful girls.
One looks like the mother, with the skirt, on the right. “Actually, the other one, to the left, I think she’s the older one,” says Frank. Her name is Pianist. The lady on the right is named Alice. Now, Frank is unsure. He thinks Alice is the mother with that hat! “It’s a funny looking hat,” says Roberta.
It looks like it’s taking place on the beach front, just away from the beach. In England, people take deck chairs with them or they hire them to sit on the beach. Maria says it’s a beach in Montreal.
Frank says that Alice is definitely wearing a mother-looking hat and the one wearing the big, flowing skirt is the daughter. But then Frank says: “I think I’m wrong!”
Alice talks many languages and she’s very clever and is secretly Mario Grady. Crissie thinks Alice (aka Mario Grady) is a man dressed up as a lady! Two big dresses, but we don’t know what’s under there! Well, we do. There are petticoats under there—to be polite!
“It’s a man,” says Stanley. Pianist is smaller and has eight stripes on her skirt. What’s under the bow ties? Mary Ashton thinks they could be hiding adam’s apples!
This story was created by Maria B., Ellen, Helen N., Nick, Margaret, Roberta, Crissie, Frank, Val, Stanley and Ellen, at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 27 July 2015.