He’s a captain, and he’s holding the flag. He’s a big boss! He’s waiting for people to come behind him. He’s leading the parade!
Crissie thinks it’s taking place somewhere in the United States. We can’t tell the nationality from the flag. Maria can sing a song about a flag! The parade is in honour of the fourth of July.
The flag isn’t too heavy to hold. The man looks like a Grecian person, and his name is George. Maria knows him—he stays on the corner, in the pub, and he’s very strong and teaches everyone to work properly.
There are a lot of cars there and they might lead the parade. Everybody can see the parade from the flag. We can hear cheering and Maria’s song for the flag!
The cars will lead the parade, then the band will follow, and then the fellow leading the rest of the people. The weather is very nice. There’s good seafood, and George will sing a song at the parade. He’s a good singer. At any parade that Elsie’s been to, there hasn’t been any food—just people cheering!
George has a family and he sings in the Greek language. There’s only one way—after the parade George will go home and his wife will cook him a lovely dinner. George also has children.
It’s a public holiday. The rest of the time he has another job, but we don’t know what it is. It could be anything!
This story was created by Maria B., Elsie, Helen S., Nick, Crissie and Val at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 18 May 2015.