Every prompt will center around the topic of hospitals. Read the prompt and finish the story. As you will see below the prompt is a file you can download. Download this file, print it out and write your story, or download the file, fill in the story, and save it.
Now write your story based on these prompts and see if you can come up with a good surprise ending. There are no wrong answers. All you want to do is let your mind wonder, use your imagination, and let the words flow.
When Dennis crashed his car into the guard rail, the paramedics took him to the nearest hospital. Since he was alone at the time, 200 miles from home, and had his most identification tucked away in his briefcase, in the trunk, none of his family even knew what had happened. In critical condition, Dennis lingered in and out of consciousness; unable to speak, but noticeably wanted to tell them something. Finally a nurse that was ‘on the ball,’ sensed that…..
Debby didn’t have a nice thing to say about anyone, and spent her life complaining about everything. Now, alone, and seriously ill, she finally had the right to complain, but no one was listening. She had alienated her family, and pushed away her friends. Despite the tough, heartless exterior, inside she was hurting, and longed for people to come and care. She envied her hospital mate, Jill, whose family and friends congregated regularly. Cards and flowers filled her side of the room, while Debby’s was bare. Waking from a nap, the first thing Debby saw was the beautiful flower arrangement Jill received, sitting on her side of the room. Taped to a leaf was a note, saying…..
The employees at XYZ Hospital are lucky to have such an outstanding place to eat, on site. More than your typical cafeteria, they serve hot and cold breakfasts, lunches and dinners, plus soups, salads bar, pizza, homemade bakery goods, and ice cream treats. It’s so popular, that visitors and people coming appointments all go out of their way to eat there. Pam, who works in the admitting office…..
Ever since his mother died in one, Stan won’t go near a hospital. Just the thought of the smell sends him into a full blown panic attack. But the other day he received a call, saying his good friend Jack was hospitalized after a motorcycle accident. Although, in pretty serious condition, Jack’s expected to recover, but will be in for quite sometime. Stan knows Jack’s family is out of the country, and he doesn’t have anyone else. Jack is aware of Stan’s fear, and doesn’t push him to come. Jack calls Stan, and asks him…..