It is 1907.
There are two women by the sea. Their names are Elizabeth and Honey. They have been friends for years after they met as neighbors while hanging clothes in the backyard.
They're both wearing shirtwaist outfits, and their belts emphasize their waists. They adjust the cuffs on the sleeves and bow ties.
They're at the beach and are not working because they are wealthy. That's how they have such nice clothes.
The cookbook on Elizabeth's lap is for her daughter. She's teaching her a family recipe to pass it on and share with more people, but she's also planning on making it later for family.
Honey says "hello!" even though she doesn't have a bright smile. She's holding on tight to the swing and listening as Elizabeth is saying something to her.
They can hear the swing making a squeak noise, kids laughing, and a horse neighing. It smells like fresh air at the beach.
Afterwards, they go home and take a nap.
Story written by Ruth, Francis, Elizabeth, Mary Claire, Gretchen, Elaine, and Helene from All Saints Memory Care.