The Worst Month Ever?

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The Worst Month Ever It was around mid to late March, and I received some terrifying news. My grandma wasn’t doing too well. She has been struggling with lung disease because she has smoked for a very long time. There was no one to take care of her because my uncle works all the time, so my dad had to go sit with my grandma just in case something bad happened. About a week or two later it was around Easter and we went to see my grandma at her house. When we arrived, I was very nervous. I thought she would be on her death bed or something, but she seemed fine! The hospice nurse said her oxygen cable was just disconnected, so they reconnected it. I was glad she was better! I absolutely hate seeing her sick. She was acting like the normal…show more content…
I said yes. It was around fourth period when I left. When I arrived, I was terrified that I was going to walk in and see her dead. I walked into her room and she was asleep but she was still breathing. A few hours later, she woke up. She acted normal again! I was still nervous because her mom did the same thing before she passed. I went home that night and I prayed. I was still being selfish. I did not realize that if God still kept her here that there would be a chance she would not be well like before. A couple of days later, I went to see her again. She was awake, but she was talking out of her head again. I was in her living room and I walked into her room and she asked me what I was doing. I told her I was watching TLC. After I told her, she told me that I was watching men. I was confused, but I remembered that she was not in her right mind. While I was sitting beside her, she told me told put the lid on her Mountain Dew bottle, so I did. Then she asked me to do it again and again, even though it was already screwed on. I went to the living room. I started believing that she is ready to go home to God, so when I got home that night, I prayed and prayed. I told God that I wanted him to take her to the kingdom of Heaven, so she would not be in pain. One thing I didn’t know was that night would be the last time I would get to see her. She passed away three days after the night I went to see her.
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