Everybody is very happy and dancing, you’d hear music. The lady could wash in that gown. You’d hear music, dancing music. It’s a dancing thing, dancing with the police. She has very thins arms. The children are watching. They are thinking where their mother is. They are dancing the Charleston like Maria’s mother did. They know each other because they are in this thing together. They are a couple, you couldn’t do anything else with this man, he looks like Helen’s father, absolutely. They are feeling very happy and they are dancing the Charleston. They are asking the children if they’d like to join in with them. They’d come home drunk and go to sleep. Margaret says, “Don’t ever get drunk anyone.”
This story was created by Warner, Margaret, Angelos, Helen, Maria, Evangelos, Lita, Theodor, Val, Steve, and Doreen in the Mary Potter Dementia Day Care Center, Calvary Hospital on 18 Febuary 2014.