What's he eating I wonder? He's got a dog there and something going in his mouth. He's got a glass of wine there. I wonder what he has got in the pot? The dog looks like he wants some of it too.
Paul is the boys' name and the dog is Cecile. He looks like he is having a good time. I think the family call him Cess but his name is Cecile.
Huh! Monica reckons it's silly. I've never heard of it, a silly name for a dog. It's alright.
His family is in Auburn. The family are in the house. Not the animal, they're all going in.
No, he might be in trouble or having a bit of fun. He's been out somewhere and he has got thirsty. I can't get out. He's thirsty and the dog wants some of it too.
He hasn't got any brothers or sisters. That's bad, I think he should have somebody. You never know what's going on. I haven't got a clue. See there is a glass of wine, he has probably got to get rid of that. He might be a bit topsy turvy.
I don't know what's in the round bowl and what he is sucking on. It might be some of his hand. That's disgusting. He's got a good glass. There is a mouse in the bowl. A mouse in the bowl! I wouldn't want a mouthful of it. He's got something. The dog must be going to have some more and he wants some too, of course he does, whatever he's got on the bowl, he wants some too. He would be in trouble if it's Christmas.
In a few days they're right. You can get people to start working and everything ends in no time.
The dog is having a sticky beak and the kid's got it swishing of what's in that bowl.The kid's got his tongue rolling and the dog's got his tongue hanging out.
Go for it all and eat it all. Take what you can.
Ths story was created by Brenda, Monica, Joseph, Roma and Valerie in the Carinya Dementia Unit on January 29, 2013
Many thanks to Lina who stepped in as a scribe at the last moment and did a fantastic job.