The people in this picture are dancing.
Peggy said that her skirt is way too short.
The people in the background are playing instruments, says Mae.
They are in another country, maybe Germany, says Peggy. She adds, “She is too old to be dancing”.
The band is playing German music. “A polka,” says Jean.
Peggy says she is dancing for the men, the Germans.She is dancing to earn money to buy more fabric for her skirt, says Jennie.
“Things are really moving there!”
It takes place in the 60’s, says Mae.
She is a Mama, her name is Hilda, says Freda.
She has a job selling insurance, says Jennie. All her customers are men, says Peggy.
There is a bus load of tourists with their heads out the window in the background.
She is dancing with a guy from a nightclub named Andy, said Jean. She isn’t married. She looks tough, not pretty at all, says Peggy. She may not have parents. The men in her family would not approve of the way she is dancing.
She is wearing high-society clothing, says Jennie.
Mae says that if it were her daughter, she would tell her to "get her butt home".
She has two kids, Abigail and Jennie, says Jean.
“Ooh-lala!” says Jennie.
When she is done dancing, she will get a divorce and her husband agrees to the divorce. Her kids who are teenagers will live with their mom.