Gary & Harry. Gary is long-legged, jumping, and playing the guitar. But he needs to jump higher if he’s going to go over the moon. He’s having fun running and jumping.
The guy in the air is Waldo and he’s playing the guitar. The man below has to put up with him. I have to listen to this music now! I hear the lonesome whip-poor-will cry out on the prairie singing to the moon. This could be some place anywhere. The deer (yes, really!) are outside our window here listening to Waldo.
If I were there with them I could smell the land and the horse. There’s a horse in the background. That’s what the little guy does. They know it. The horse is out on the prairie crying. He’s crying because he has to listen to the music Waldo is singing!
They have a family. He’s out on the prairie with a home nearby. He’s got a horse. He might have a wife. He’s wearing cowboy boots so he’s not going to be walking too far. But boots are made for walking! But that is just a song!
Waldo was pretending like he was singing before he jumped in the air. They just arrived at their location and were happy to be there. Waldo was riding the horse for a long time. He was happy to get where he was going and was jumping in the air playing his guitar.
He’s out on the prairie, he’s happy and he’s singing. He could have gotten married a couple of days ago. Roy Rogers sang with a group called the Sons of the Pioneers and made the song Tumbling Tumbleweeds famous. When the winds a blowing the tumbleweeds are rolling!
Story created by VA dementia care community.
20 June 2016.