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very sad and mourning for her late husband and will continue for him to live Charlotte is remembering Morrie and what they did having many memories of him and what
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figure out what she can do to care for him and what will need to happen in the future. and spending as much time as she can with him while he is still cable of being somewhat okay. within her. he was how happy he was when he danced. Exposition Begin your narrative by writing the exposition here. Your exposition should be at least two paragraphs . Make sure you do the following in this part of the plot: · establish the narrator · introduce the main characters · establish the conflict · set the scene by using at least five descriptive details This is a story about my beloved husband Morrie Schwartz and the battle he faced against ALS. Also, what I faced while I was by his side the whole time tending for him and caring for him. We lived a good life Morrie was active in his life never let anything negative phase him, he was so positive and lived in his own way of life. It all started in 1994 Morrie developed asthma in his sixties, he couldn’t dance anymore without wheezing for air. The first time he had an asthma attack, we were walking down the Charles River early evening watching the sunset. Next thing you know a cold wisp of air came through leaving him breathless, I was freaking out while he was gasping for air, finally got my phone out and called the emergency services and he was rushed to the hospital. He was giving a shot of adrenaline, we talked the doctor about asthma, how to use the inhaler, etc. I drove home shook. We arrived home to our cozy suburban home in Boston, things went on continuing to get worse. Morrie stumbled and fell while we were at a birthday party of a friend, after that he fell down the stairs one evening it was like he was losing his ability to walk or move or let alone drive, which he lost his driving one morning when he couldn’t press the brakes and the car hit the mailbox. We finally went to the doctor and after multiple tests, urine tests, blood tests you name it Morrie had it tested. Nothing came back until finally they did a muscle biopsy and that’s when things went south. They shocked him in this horrible looking chair to test his muscle responses, freaking me out I hated it, but Morrie said the doctors needed this done. His times came back slow which is not good assuming from the face of the doctor, they decide to go deeper into the
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results. And then the day came it was August 1994, very hot day and humid as well. We got to
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  • Fall '16
  • Amber Wilson
  • Narratology, Rising action, Morrie Schwartz

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