Mrs S: "Charlie, where is my piano?"
OT: (looks around in the room, no-one by the name of Charlie is in sight) "I am not sure Mrs S"
Mrs S: "Oh Charlie, you should have heard the music I played. People were clapping hands, they were singing along, they were dancing...those were the days."
OT: "That sounds wonderful Mrs S"
Mrs S: "Charlie dear, no-one cares about us here. I don't even know where the toilet is, I don't even know what I am doing here."
OT: "I am so sorry to hear that Mrs S. I can show you where the toilet is. Would you like to go now?"
Mrs S: "No Charlie, I need to play the piano now. Where is my piano?"
OT: "I'm not sure Mrs S. Maybe it is at your home?"
Mrs S: Do you think my dresses and hats are also there Charlie. Oh, how I miss my dresses and hats"
OT: I'm sure it is all there Mrs S"
Mrs S: "Charlie, do you still love me like you used to?"
OT: "Off course I do, Mrs S. I love you a lot. Nothing has changed."
Mrs S: I'm going to bed now Charlie. I'll see you tomorrow. Maybe I can play you some piano like the old days."
OT: "Sounds wonderful Mrs S"