They are fencing. They are a couple of ladies because the guys don’t wear dresses. People are going to be interested in how they are going to go ahead with this. Sue and Mary are their names. Perhaps Mary is holding something in her elbow, and Lillian wonders if it is a baby or maybe they’re looking for fish. Jessica asks, “why are they wearing fencing masks? It must be serious!”
Something big is going on. They are young people and they have thin waists, though Jessica disagrees and says Mary is larger. Stan says it sounds like the clashing of swords and it’s beautiful. Jim says it’s raining outside but we don’t know that.
"It’s in a state or maybe a state of mind," Jim says.
It appears there is a wooden fence behind Mary and the other one is standing in front of a tree.
"He has more brains than we have," Jessica says.
Sue and Mary are fighting over a man, Darn Man! He’s a man who wants to refresh things and he knows what he wants.
It’s the 18th century but Betty says, “I don’t remember that, I wasn’t born yet.”
Lillian says, “do unto others as you would have them do unto you. It’s very simple.”
One woman will win and the other might lose. The winning woman gets money. Mary is fighting for her possessions. Kathie says they’re both left handed. Mary should win because Sue is evil and she has her own money but she wants more. Mary will buy more swords.
Frank says, “we’d have to make sure she knows what she’s doing.”
Lillian says, “we need something that will make this fire out,” and Jim says, “a dragon comes along and the dragon’s name is Melissa. Melissa knocks most of them down with his tail.”
Sunrise of Lincoln Park Story Group