The mother is leaving and telling her family goodbye. Dorothy Cassandra King has a mischievous look on her face. She is on a train as well as a plane and she is going to meet a man quite a distance away. Dorothy is going home to Ocala where she is going to surprise her family at a family reunion. She was at a fair and she has a pet monkey. Dorothy is going to work.
It is 1955 in the fall or springtime. Dorothy is employed as a monkey trainer and a tour guide. She also works on a farm with animals and as a doctor and entertainer. Dorothy’s pet monkey is looking through the window and has his claw around her arm loving on her. The monkey doesn’t look happy. You can hear the sound of the trains whistle and engine and a baby crying. The monkey has a smell, but Dorothy smells good. Dorothy feels happy, smiling and loving!
Dorothy is going to travel for a couple of hours to New York and she ends up with a flat tire in the rain. The monkey jumps out the window and Dorothy runs after him. The monkey says, “I don’t have enough clothes.” The monkey climbs a tree and refuses to come down. Dorothy goes to the store to buy bananas.