Essay about My worse experience
about all of the bad things that have happened to me, but they are not that big of a deal. There is
only one occurrence that stays strong in my mind. One bright, sunny day, everything was going
great, then boom, I was hit. Following this incident, many thoughts have passed through my
mind. It was a confusing mess. I believe I learned something, but it has changed me in many
My boyfriend, Justin, and I made plans to take a trip to the mall and to grab a bite to eat.
It was a beautiful day, but neither of us wanted to drive, so we decided to take Marta. I had no
money at all, so we stopped by my job …show more content…
by a car...” All I could really do was nod and mumble. He told me I suffered from a concussion
and then asked me a series of questions to see if I remembered anything. When the doctor left, I
turned to Justin and asked him to tell me exactly what happened. He started crying again and
said, “I thought you were dead, Liz. There was blood everywhere and your eyes were rolled back
into your head...” He continued sobbing and I nodded off to sleep.
I remained in the hospital for four days with my mother and Justin by my side. The skin
on the left temple of my forehead was stitched, half of my right eyebrow was torn off and
stitched, and I has bruises the size of frisbees. Suprisingly, I had no broken bones. My stitches
came out a week later, but I still experienced a lot of post concussion dizziness. After a month
passed, I was comfortable enough to leave the house, go to the store, etc.
Now seven months later, I am feeling like myself again. What have I learned from