She had experienced several mini-strokes, been overweight, and just didn't really take care of herself at all.We never knew any of this until she fell trying to go to the bathroom from her bed which was nearly 10 feet away.Reader does not feel the monotony while going through it. The composition should also convey a lesson at the end.
I have a personal experience with this lesson learned.
My mom died on January 18th 2011, I had just turned 15 the month before.
You should learn the art of turning the story upside down.
State miniscule details in terms of your expression, colors, thoughts, appearance etc.
She didn't really know what was going on or who we were she thought that I, at the time was going into 8th grade, was a sophomore in college and that my cousin, also going into 8th grade, was a senior in high school.
I told my dad what she was thinking and he said that she wasn't in her right of mind any longer and that she needed to go to the hospital now.
It should teach an idea, lesson, or any learning experience.
When a person loves or cherishes someone they need to let them know everyday, because no one can ever predict how long there is to actually have with that person.
He called the ambulance and them come get her, my cousin and I were told to wait in my room because he felt that we were too young to have to witness them taking her away.
After we got to the hospital and the doctor did a bunch of tests on my mom he told us that she had several mini-strokes that had affected the left side of her body and a part of here memory, thats why she didn't really know who we were.