It’s a nice car, says Helen. Lovely!
Somebody’s parked their car but nobody’s in the car. He’s gone to get a hot dog. A couple owns the car. The gentleman’s name is Jim (it is short but sweet). The lady is named Janet—very similar to Jim.
It is taking place faraway, in Canada, in Montreal. It’s summertime—there’s no snow on the ground. Janet has no shoes on because her husband is short!
They’ll be having a drink because they must be very thirsty. They will have Coca Cola. Jim and Janet came in the car from a long way. The car has no top—the top is down because it is summertime.
Jim and Janet are married, and they own the car too. They have children—a child named Alexandra. Alexandra isn’t with them. She’s visiting Maria in Australia to look after her.
The car is a Mercedes and it is parked outside the shop window. Not many of these cars were made. They are very special.
Jim and Janet are going to drive off into the sun!
This story was created by Maria B., Elsie, Helen N., Helen S., Giuseppe, Stanley, Nick, Crissie, Peter and Margaret at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 4 May 2015.