Her name is Rosalie. She's playing the guitar. Her children are listening to her. It looks like a fresh air studio that she's playing for. It looks like an enclosure, like a tent or something. There are shadows there. She could be playing "Autumn in Yew York. It reminds me I'm back home again." From the 1940's. Maybe she went there to N.Y. She brought back that song and she's teaching it to somebody, a lot of people.
Or, she's playing it in N.Y. She seems comfortable. She doesn't have leaves on her so she hasn't been sitting long. She'd like to go back to NYC again. She hopes to play the music. After this moment, she will clean the yard. Get a rake. Pile up the leaves and let the kids play and dance in it and she'll p lay the music for it. Rake the leaves, make a high pile.
She is wearing a corsage because she is getting ready for a party. I think she's in her 30's. I think she's a teacher in a play school. I think they're in the middle of the hayride, then they'll rake the leaves and build a bonfire.
Right now the children are dancing in the leaves and then after the hayride they'll find a safe place and burn them when it starts getting dark. They'll bring out some apple cider and cook some hot dogs. They'll sing some more songs. They're gong to go home very happy. Their parents will pick them up and they'll sing some songs going home in the car.