Dorothy Thom – I see a road and one person is walking one way and the other is walking in the other. There’s grass on the side of the road. And there’s a turn in the road. Lot’s of things growing on the side. The little one keeps looking back.
Dorothy and Cynthia – I think it’s a girl.
Cynthia – I think they are young.
Abner – The one with the black attire is 15.
Dorothy Thomas – the little one is looking back she looks scared, scared of walking alone – poor thing.
Sheila – They were walking together and then they had a disagreement.
Dorothy Thomas – “I’m not doin’ anymore business w/ you. I’m not messing with you anymore.”
Cynthia – The older one looks sad.
Sheila – one is looking to make sure the other is really going. Is she really going.
Dorothy – She’s afraid too.
Cynthia – because she looks so young.
Sheila – they had a disagreement about where they were going.
Sheila – They are close.
Abner – It’s just a walk for exercise – this bamboo/sugar cane patch. This whole scene from Jump Street. Lookks like little girl who has been up to the end of the trail and back. And met her along the way. Had their “howdy dowdy’s” and then went walking in opposite directions.
Abner – they meet 3 or 4 x week. And wished her a great day. It’s a rural area. Somewhere is the valley. Small town of Moody. Everybody knows everybody. Little girl doesn’t project any anger. Bigger girl dominant leader. Had convo w/ Mary Jane.
Dorothy Thomas – The grown-up’s child wants to follow her back, but she sent her back because she wasn’t supposed to be going in the 1st place. She’s not dressed for it. She’s sad about it.
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