1. The serene head bob:
Anne is the only woman left on earth. There is no life. It’s just her. She swims in the empty ocean to decompress after a long day of walking through overgrown lawns and foraging for food. She hears a sound and looks back, but it’s no one, just the wind talking, saying, “Anne, Anne, it’s me, the wind, Anne.”
2. The happy head bob:
Anne floats. She is content. The water is warm around her, perhaps she just peed?
3. The happier head bob:
Yes, she definitely peed.
4. The rough waters head bob:
Anne wants to keep afloat, the seas are angry. She wears long clothes and swims for miles. She will be the first person to swim across the Atlantic, she guarantees you!
5. The mohawk bob:
Anne wants to do the “Martha Washington” but her hair is too short. She settles for a mohawk instead.
6. The blurry dark bob:
ANNE NEEDS HELP. The waves are crashing around her and she looks to the shore for salvation. The deep blue is scary and strong. What was that that just grazed her leg? A shark? An eel? Her other foot?
7. The float bob:
Anne’s ears fill with water, but her face rests above the surface. She is light, like a leaf. She rests on her liquid kingdom, the sea is hers. She ponders, “Do you think they’d ever let ME do Les Miserables on Broadway?”
8. The “wait let’s talk about that some more!” bob:
Anne wants to engage in conversation. Doesn’t she know this is playtime, though? The water is no place for politics and religion.
9. The remembering yesteryear bob:
Anne thinks about yesteryear. Yesteryear was a great time, she thinks. Then she swims into the future, into TOMORROWYEAR, and leaves yesteryear behind.
10. The Superman bob:
Anne’s arms go forth as she propels through the water. Her sunglass goggles protect her eyes from the debris flying around her face. Her speed to is too fast. We beg her to slow down.
11. The full-body bob:
Anne’s whole body bobs away as she surfs. The board can’t save her now.