“That hit my heart,” Lillian says, “life is too short to not share some of it.”
This is someone happy who makes other people happy. “Adorable,” Anita says. He’s called “The Traveler” or “Professional It,” and he’s a boy and he’s traveling in someone’s bag. It’s a professional bag. The traveler is small and Midge says he’s a baby. He’s kind of a homely baby and looks old for his age and we’re returning him. We’re bringing him back.
Lillian asks, “is he lost?”
“No,” Karen says, “he’s found.”
We’re bringing him to Grandma’s house in Lincoln Park. And he’s going to have chicken soup. His fingers are long and Joan and Karen think he’s older than he seems to be.
Joan asks, “Why add more problems to his life than he already has?”
Joan is reminded of her brother, and says, “God that kid’s ugly.”
Maybe CBS will make a video of this. The older brother isn’t going to be too happy about that.
Sunrise of Lincoln Park Story Group