They look to be sitting in the sun somewhere. Sun is nice. Since the chairs look so old, this probably takes place in 1910. They look like people with money- old money. They look like foreigners with the high necks, older clothes, and lovely hats. They wore hats back then. I wouldn’t wear a hat. Women didn’t want to wear hats after a while. Young girls wore bows. Those skirts look hot. They look like they are burning up out there, but they are pretty. Right now, they hear waves or the river. You know a lady never sits on the ground. That’s why they are in chairs.
Their names are Schmitz and Johnson. They probably met on a boat coming over to America. They were coming over from England. It’s pretty over there, so it doesn’t make sense why people wouldn’t want to live there. “Not sure what they do for a living, but they aren’t prostitutes. I can tell you that,” said Ms. Polly. They are women with means and they probably are in New York. They’ve got their own money and don’t need to work. Women those days depended on males. You married your daughter to men who had money. They meet together for tea every week. They are thinking to themselves, “Where did she get that blouse? It looks exactly like mine.” They only meet occasionally and they like each other, but they probably think, “I need to figure her out!” They probably want to travel and visit their homeland, which is a possibility, depending on how old they get. They are going to want to meet together same time next week. It’s a possibility they could die. Things are crazy.