She has a guitar and she’s playing on a pleasant day. They can take their imagination and go anywhere they want. She’s playing happy music and she’s concentrating. She’s a pianist. If she’s a pianist and she’s playing a violin, she’s entertaining other people. She’s playing to get paid and she has created an audience. It grew as soon as she started playing her instrument. The audience is anyone who will listen. Her name is Emily or Emma. She’s probably thinking what she’s doing. She is playing the school fight song. Notre Dame is going to win against Purdue. That’s a great game. The bench is so simple and the leaves are falling down. Emily’s date is late and things are changing. It’s a boyfriend named Bob. When is he going to change his name? Bob could get another girlfriend because he’s bored and his mother told him. Let’s say she’s fifteen and she’s wanting to know more about the world—and don’t we all!
Sunrise of Lincoln Park Story Group