By Maria AB., Frieda F., Rosemary J.
and Ella R.
Look at her
jump! She may fall down. She can jump so
high, even with her shoes on, Rosemary says. Frieda looks at her and responds,
“We should name her Crazy.” She is at the beach and looks like she is having
fun. The beach could be on the West
Coast, but maybe on the East Coast, “Ya know, she’s not young and there are
older people living on the East Coast,” Frieda remarks. She has no fear and if she fell, she would
not hurt herself because of the sand, Rosemary notices. Ella thinks that “Once upon a time, when she
was younger, she was a dancer.” However, Maria thinks that she is not a dancer now,
“she is older, is heavy, and has gained weight.” A guy threw the Frisbee and he is down by the
water. It’s her boyfriend and he is in
the water; his name is “Nuts.” Frieda thinks, “Somebody has dropped her at the
beach, because she is up so high.”
Rosemary says, “One time Frisbee was the thing goin’ on for kids.” She remembers buying three Frisbee’s for her three
grandchildren so they would not fight. They played Frisbee and my grandchildren
would throw it to me and yell “Come on Granny, you can do it!” She has no fear
and I admire that.