Margaret thinks she’s there in the picture. They’re dancing. Paul gives us a demonstration of dancing!
The gentleman is called George, and the lady is called Jenni. Jenni can dance the Charleston like Maria’s mum. The couple are together, but not a good match, says John. The boy could be up to 17, and the lady looks over 60!
The little boys in the background look cute. They are just enjoying themselves.
Jenni is a gold designer. She gave a present to Maria and somebody took it. Roberta says “that’s not nice if it’s stolen”.
The boys are watching the dancers and there are some people in the background just playing cards. There are quite a few men in the picture. There could be a guitar playing music. There is too!
The little boys know the people dancing. There’s food and slow music playing. The young ones don’t really know what’s going on. They’re enjoying themselves.
It could be the grandson dancing with his grandmother. It’s taking place close to Bondi Beach in Sydney. There are nice beaches, restaurants and everyone is drinking. It’s summertime. Pam says there’s a barbecue. It could be Turkish dancing—maybe a birthday party! They are all together enjoying life. It’s in the afternoon, around 4 o’clock, and all the families get together.
This story was created by Maria B., Ellen, Roberta, Peggy, Pam, George, Lance, John, Paul and Margaret at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 2 November 2015.