My grandma was very ill as an old lady. She had diabetes and was always in pain. Other than that, she would go to the hospital very often because she needed pills and treatment. I remember going to the hospital almost every weekend with my cousins and sister to help watch my grandma and translate for her if she had something to tell the doctor and nurses.
The memory that stayed with me the most until now was during my grandma's last stay at the hospital, which was also her last couple of months she had left that no one knew. I was alone with my grandma and my younger sister had went to go get a snack to eat. My grandma was making a fuss and then started to say, "Come help me doctor..." I looked at the door and no one was there. I started to get freaked out and told her there was no one there, but she insisted there was. Then she started to pull on her IV to get it out. I held her hand to get her to stop and before I knew it, the IV came out. The weird thing was that she did not even pulled the IV hard enough to get it out. I got worried so I called the nurses, and then I looked at where she was talking to and said, "Help my grandma..."
When the nurses came they strapped my grandma down to put the IV back, and by then my younger sister was already back. My grandma was struggling and did not want the IV in her. When things couldn't get worse, I started to laugh SO hard out of nowhere and began to get light-headed and dizzy. I know I shouldn't had laugh after seeing my grandma being tied like a crazy person, but it was almost as if something came over me. And when my grandma saw me laughing, she looked at me very strange almost as if I was someone else.
Thinking back to that day, it still creeps me out; especially the look on my grandma's eyes when she saw me laughing so cruelly. She had never look at me like that before and never did again. I still wonder who my grandma saw that day and what came over me to make me do that...