Later she moved to the seat opposite me and started a engaging conversation with the man next to her. She was smiling and laughing not only at him, but pulling other people into their conversation. She was being friendly to everyone. I started thinking she was probably a wee bit senile, bit of a nutter, but in a good way... and I caught myself thinking, that how sad that I see this friendliness is a sign of senility. Maybe she's just really, really friendly, but I was not in the mood to engage so kept my headphones on.
As we were getting off the tram she said 'goodbye' to all of us sitting near her, as if we were her life-long friends, I followed her off and she ended up standing next to me at the lights, the little man was red, so we paused. I took my headphones off and the spring sunshine hit my eyes, at that moment she looked up at me [being quite a short little old lady] smiled with an innocent happiness and glee and said: "It's all wonderful isn't it?".
Yes it certainly is.