This is beautiful here! They’re celebrating. They have hats on their heads. They are celebrating themselves!
They are moving around—they’re dancing. There are two wheelchairs there. It’s taking place in a home for disabled people. Because they are very special people, they go to church sometimes. Yes, they did that today. Yes, we always do!
They are a married couple. The man is a strong one—his name is Alex. The lady is very strong too—her name is Soula. They came from very far away to here. They’ve come from Canada.
Alex came to Maria’s home. He is very happy here. It’s nice weather. It’s a good country. One hundred per cent for Australia. Canada is very cold, so they’re very happy to be here!
They are dancing to music. They’re doing a waltz. It looks like they are dancing by themselves. One is laughing and one is smiling.
They might go for a swim with different fish. Then they’d dry themselves and get dressed.
Soula is wearing an outstanding red cardigan and there’s a nice lady in a wheelchair. The people in the wheelchair are isolated in this house and this gives them a bit of a break. After the party they’ll go back to their rooms and enjoy their lunch.
This story was created by Maria B., Nicholas, Elsie, Helen N., Helen S., Giuseppe, Margaret, Stan and Peter at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 13 April 2015.