A bold woman’s voice enunciates, “January sixteenth, nineteen-fifteen”.
Wandering: The Minimum Data Set (MDS) 3.0 defines wandering as:
The act of moving (walking or locomotion in a wheelchair) from place to place with or without a specified course or known direction. Wandering may or may not be aimless. The wandering resident may be oblivious to his or her physical or safety needs. The resident may have a purpose such as searching to find something, but he or she persists without knowing the exact direction or location of the object, person, or place. The behavior may or may not be driven by confused thoughts or delusional ideas.
We are dragons and smoking, fire in our lungs,
means we are home.