• Granny tells Dr. Harry to leave her since there is nothing wrong with her.
• She resents the doctor who is so young.
• He wasn’t around when she pulled through milk-leg and double pneumonia forty years ago.
• After the doctor leaves, Granny can hear them whispering in the next room.
• Granny resents the fact that they are whispering about her; she still has ears.
• Cornelia returns to check on her mother, and Granny sends her away.
• Granny tries to nap a little before supper and remembers times past.
• She remembers when she was sixty and thought she was dying.
• She made farewell visits to her children and grandchildren.
• She doesn’t think she is dying now; after all, her father was 102 when he died.
• Granny lives with Cornelia but wishes that she could pack up and go back to her own house.
This section contains 426 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)