Mindi had been hoping that it had been just a little pull in a muscle or maybe a slight sprain. Dunaway had reached the x ray room and got all of her x rays done. Once the x rays were done, Dunaway and Mindi were then transferred into the waiting room to get results. The nurse came back with a big box, Mindi and her daughter had exchanged looks and Dunaway said, “This can’t be good.” Mindi agreed and just sat there nervously. The nurse smiled gently and gestured to the big box that she was carrying.
You gottuh. Oh, Jesus, have mussy!¨. This specific moment had Delia at her feet with fear, but in order for her to transform she must deal with the matter carefully and calmly, and so she did. One day after the rattlesnake became fed and well alive the author stated that Delia ¨...Did not run away with averted eyes as usual. She stood for a long time in the doorway in a red fury that grew bloodier for every second that she regarded the creator that was her torment¨.
Alas!”(Shelley 63) Elizabeth begins to use short, choppy sentences, showing the reader that she is reassuring herself that Justine did not deserve to die. The syntax also creates a frazzled and overwhelmed persona for Elizabeth, caused by all the morbid things happening around her. Through the images Elizabeth describes, the ironic questioning, and the choppy sentence structure, Shelley conveys Elizabeth’s distress to the reader. Shelley successfully uses imagery, rhetorical questions, and varied syntax to contribute to helping the reader feel how distraught and torn apart Elizabeth is from the deaths around
We are all infected". That’s it were all going to die if we don’t get some help imminently someone go and get a nurse or a doctor my eyes hurt really bad. Im starting to feel light headed someone help me please. Help is on the way someone replied. Here I m getting rushed to the hospital and all of a sudden I hear us stopping and the nurse puts on a nurse mask and goes to the front and tells me the driver has what ever I have.
On the way to the top of Amicalola Falls. The mosquito and gnat bites were making me a red, itchy mess. The gooey, red blood streaming down my arms and legs from me itching, made me feel like someone was pinching me all over my entire body. One bite, another, another, and another! The constant repetitive bites were sucking the energy out of me from smacking and slapping my arms and legs.
Doctors’ amicable images are in the minds of most people, but William Carlos Williams depicts a bizarre doctor in his short story “The Use of Force”. The doctor is called to Olson’s home to diagnose a girl named Mathilda who is suspected to have diphtheria. Because of her uncooperativeness, the doctor has no other way working but to use force on Mathilda in order to check her throat and to confirm the diagnosis. In consideration of his using of force in this story, the doctor is becoming less dutiful and more hypocritical with the development of the story. What cannot be denied is that the doctor’s using of force is based on his duty.
I turn around only for my face to be illuminated by an oncoming truck. As it approaches, as if it were going downhill, I brace my arms for the impact and my impeding death. At the last second, the truck vanishing and through a mirage comes a figure that pushes me into the hole. The fall wasn’t long, but the landing was rough. I could feel the pain of something jagged as well as hear the crunch of bones and metal.
In the bathroom, Lizzie finds pictures taped to the wall of herself as a much older woman and the man in the bed who tells her he is her husband. Lizzie is shocked and frightened, especially when a glance in the mirror tells her that the pictures are accurate even though she is convinced she is only twenty-five, not forty-seven. The man in the bed tells her he is her husband Derek, that they have been married for many years, and that she had an accident that has left her unable to retain new memories. After Derek leaves for his job as a teacher at a nearby school, Lizzie receives a call from a stranger who tells her he is Dr. Smith, a man who has been helping her attempt to recover some of her memories. Dr. Smith picks Lizzie up and takes her to a local park where he explains their work together and shows her a journal she has been keeping for several weeks.
We smoked dope all the way, and as we were late in arriving headed straight to the club. Ty had a handful of meth tabs, and we each ate five hits to get started. We spent the rest of the night hanging out with his band members and dancing until 2:00 AM. We then moved to an after-hours club and danced until dawn eating speed all night. We did stop for breakfast, but because we were so wired, couldn’t eat and spent the next few hours smoking a bong full of hash until we were ready to crash.
He begins by giving background information and physical descriptions of things they do or are most noted for at home. He revealed that Evan is the studious brother, who reads continuously and Christine was a tomboy until their mom set her straight with the ‘whip’. However, the main revelation is that of Hyde’s physical encounters with his siblings as he pounces on Ron, his younger brother. Most importantly, Hyde exposes the consequences for continuously engaging in fights at home and disobedience, ‘lashing’. He relates one event of such as he went with his friend Rudy in a dory one afternoon and returned home wet up.
I believe she did this because she did not want to tell her mom no, as a caregiver, especially to a loved one sometime following your intuition and saying no can be difficult being I may feel like you are taking away their rights as a person. Being a Certified Nursing Assistant, the two essays I chose were ones I could relate to. The struggle that she encountered while trying to help her mom into the car was one that I’ve had to deal with on many occasions. Having patients is key to caring for your elderly or sick love ones. As a caregiver you are obligated to provide quality care, assisting and supervising in all activities of daily living.