Mom: People need more to wear than one pair of clothes. The store is too far.
Dad: help me find a green shirt.
Solider: where do you wear shirts?
Dad: On your chest
Solider: Wearing a shirt is weird.
Mom: I like my blouse.
Laura: My mom is a seamstress.
George: How in the world is that possible?
Laura: She is good. I can tell her we need shirts.
Mom: How is she going to know?
Daughter: She can find a new calling.
Son: The store will find more clothes for us.
Laura: How are you going to pay?
Solider: With a trade.
Narrator: So they traded for clothes.