Oh boy oh boy. Just jump in the water down here at Narooma down the South Coast. It is also at Duck Creek. It is just after Christmas. It is mid afternoon, the weather is good but a bit cloudy. He is a ballet dancer, he feels frozen and terrific. How can you dance on the sand. He jumped up in the air and he is happy. He has another job on the stage. His wife is there. He is inviting everybody to join in and have fun. Oh gee, I don’t think so. If that is what they want. He was very happy about something. He was having a swim. Can’t see anyone, he is by himself. He would be singing for joy, he is throwing his hands about, hurrah! You would hear the waves. He might fall over in the sand. He said come and join me, you would smell the salty ocean and seaweed. It was really strong. He falls on his face, we would go and pick him up and wake him up. We have to ask him if he is OK. He knows a lot. He had a pair of old trousers. Are you going to leave those clothes? She is going to fix them. He comes out and he is quite happy at what happened.
This story was created by Patricia, Therese, Joan, Monica, Roma, Val and Felicia at Carinya Dementia Unit on 26 September 2013.