Dancing. Enjoyment. Together young and old. Observing each other. They’re having a good time. Socializing. The children are looking. I see a young man, John, give a senior lady some special attention. Name’s Melissa or Barbara. They’re drinking or something. Conversation. They have to dance. They’re preparing for a community festival. She was standing out watching so he decided to dance with her. She the only woman there!
They’re going out to dinner. Respect of older people. It’s a teachable moment for the children seeing a younger man give the lady some attention.
It could be Santo Domingo, Cleveland, Chicago, New York, New Orleans or New Mexico.
After the beautiful dance, she liked him so much that she introduced him to her beautiful granddaughter, Lydia!
This almost looks like a warehouse or a community center. They’re outside waiting for a passing parade. It’s Cinco de Mayo. There’s a little girl with patent leather shoes. She’s “Missy Dora” or “Bobbie.”
They live happily ever after.
…by King Kennedy Sen