That looks like What’s-His-Name. I can’t think of his name.
He’s waiting for someone to put money in his box for him to play his guitar. Country and Western.He might be singing “I am a pelican. My beak can hold more than my belly can”.
The little boy is wagging from school. He’s both happy and sad. “Boy! There’s nothing like not going to school”.
The woman could be his Mother or his Auntie. Mum is saying “My word, you’ve got to go to school.”
The boys name is Toby and he is 11 or 12. The boy looks better dressed than the girl.
She’s got her hands clipped in front of her and is saying “You won’t get any change from the shop. You’re just dumb.”
The mother’s name is Betty, and she might be in trouble for wearing such a short skirt. She hasn’t had a morning wash yet.
The husband may come along and say “What are you doing here, dressed like that?” Let’s have a night out.
Food shop, clothes shop, Second-hand shop. They look like they’re waiting for the shop to open.
Could be a bottle-shop. Maybe they’re in the shop. Bread, milk, butter and a new hat.
It’s not Bunbury. It looks like a tree outside the window. They might be in the country. Where the big trees are.
Could be the entrance into a school. He wants to stay home.