We should name her Wanda. No, she looks more like a Sarah.
She is somewhere there is a change of seasons; somewhere like Maine.
She is playing the middle register of the guitar and has a wide guitar strap. It shows she has some skill and a little experience. She's been playing since she was a small child.
She looks like she is alone. She's alone because she doesn't look like she's in a setting you'd play for an audience. She is possibly composing something.
Shouldn't she have a pencil and paper if she's composing something? It looks like she's getting a song ready for a contest at school.
She looks like she's playing for her own enjoyment. She may be playing a reflective song. Her face doesn't look happy or sad.
She's playing a song for her crush. Teenagers usually think about their crush. She's writing about how he'll feel if she plays this song in the contest. She doesn't mention him by name. They have had an episode; she remembers it well but he may not.
She feels at ease and comes there a lot. She is playing a song for herself. She is hoping for a closer relationship with him. She could be at least 20 years old. No, she's younger. About 13 years old.
She will go and call her girlfriend for advice. She needs to talk to somebody. She's feeling confused. She is feeling happy.
She home-just in the backyard. She may be sitting on the front porch. Or sitting under the apple tree. You can tell she's sitting in the shelter of a fence.
She's probably looking for a little musical success.
She's hoping this changes the relationship, going to the contest, finishing in the top three, playing for the audience and winning. After the contest, he asks if she has a ride home. The he says, "My Dad is coming to pick me up. We can give you a ride."