Who is this bloke? He name is Patrick. He is going to his wife or his mother. They are down at Lidcombe. He is married, it doesn’t matter whether he is married or not. He is married. He regards himself as a good bloke. He is going to work. He is on the street. He grows up to be a boxer. He is not dressed up too well. He comes from Lidcombe. He can’t be in two places. He may have plenty of money but he only has $4 on him. Let him keep it, he can buy an ice cream for himself. I can ask him. I was there well before he knew. He thinks he is a good man, maybe he died of it. He wouldn’t die in such short moments. Lidcombe isn’t too far down. He maybe back between Auburn and Lidcombe. He may be a good chap, a good man. He looks after us with all the things we have to do. He is ready to go to prayers. He can go, it doesn’t hurt. He can go out and down to Lidcombe and say his prayers. He can say hello to St. Joseph as he goes through.
This story was created by Monica, Brenda, Therese and Mabel at Carinya Dementia Unit on 8th May 2014.