Our story takes place outdoors, in a park, in Morocco, in the spring or summertime. Maybe in springtime, April, they are wearing jackets. The flowers are blooming and it's taking place in a park, says Caren. Why did you say the flowers are blooming? Asks Marie. Don't you see them on the top? answers Caren. Flowers? Says Marie. Yea, Yea, says Myrtle. Marie says she doesn't see it. Then Caren says she sees the tree trunk right behind it. Marie asks, do you see flowers? Carmela adds, same as you.
It's cakes from Morocco, replys Anthony. The different styles that they have. We don't have that kind of style, it doesn't look like it anyway, continued Anthony. Before they came to the park they probably had to decide on what sort of cakes to put in the boxes. Yea! 1,2,3, & 4 and making the cakes. The dishes are full of cake. The lady on the left is named Katie and the one on the right is named Alice. They are friends. They bought the cakes, says Ana. no, they maked them. I don't think they bought them? says Ana. Looks like a cake sale, says Norma. Looks like Thanksgiving, Yea, they are having Thanksgiving and cake, says Marie. Katie and Marie are trying to raise money for the girl scouts, the boy scouts, help the poor. They are going to bid on the cakes. They are going to bid on them? They are bidding on the whole cake. They should charge $25 per cake or $2 per serving.
In the background they are mostly men with a few children. Ana says, the men are teachers because of they way they are dressed. I have no idea what they are doing. The people. The men are all friends. No! They don't know each other. They are just people in the park that want to purchase the cakes. I think they are in town square, like a hog tossing pig fair, adds Cindy.
I don't think they cooked them there. But you could still smell the cakes and the flowers. I smell chocolate, says Carmela. Strawberry shortcake is my favorite cake, adds Caren. Myrtle says, nice, like when you're frying something to eat like eggs, like when you're frying eggs to eat. Yes. I don't see anything on the table that's fried, says Marie. The cakes that are on the table are all short cakes, per Anthony, and some of them are pies with ingredients from the baked goods. They are gonna eat. One little boy looks like he ate his piece already and is waiting form more. He looks mad that the little girl is still eating, says Ana. The baby is eating, she sits down there and is eating. Children are making sounds describing how good the cakes are, says Anthony, mmmmmmmmmm (while he rubs his belly). Marie says, they want more.
They are probably going to make a big party or something, they are looking for ice cream for pie a la mode, adds Norma. They are probably going to have a good time with their friends, somebody going to make coffee or have ice cream, says Ana. After they eat the cake they all help to clean up and count their money to see what they can give to the girl scouts and boy scouts. Yea! I forgot about that. If they sell all that junk, no, I mean cake, adds Marie, they will have enough money. I don't think it could be to much according to the prices of the cake. I think so. They will have about $100 and split it between the girl scouts and the boy scouts, says Marie. Anthony says they will put the money in one of the boxes from the cake and give it to them. TWO of the boxes, says Marie, they need to give it to the girl scouts and the boy scouts. We're not going to give to the poor from this cake sale, they can have another one next week.
They all clean up and go home.