Thats a little girl. That’s nice. It is a nice picture. She is on the farm with the chickens and the farm is facing the same building, this way. It is a Sunday and she is working back and she is a good girl aged about 9 or 10. There is a fowl along side her, you can only see half of it. She has stockings on and she says, “Mummy, look what I have got, a bunch of eggs to make pavlova.” Monica is going to visit her. He has been there for a while and her name is Patricia Ellen. You would hear music and chickens. Where is mother? She is inside. The chickens are clucking, “cluck, cluck”. The little girl is looking happy and she will grow up to be a lovely mother with chickens and she is very pretty. Look at all this rubbish, it smells like straw. It needs a good clean up. She has a Mum and a Dad who is in the pub. She is a farmer’s daughter, Charlie’s daughter. She is just wondering about the chickens. The girl is waiting for someone and the chicken is hurrying to get out of there, they might chop his neck off. She will be quite all right and she will hang around and get the little fellow out of there. She is waiting for her mother because she is a bit upset about the chicken because the chicken isn’t doing anything. The chicken is waiting for the little girl.
This story was created by Biancia, Monica, Betty, Patricial at Carinya Dementia Unit on 5 February 2015.