Jenna F


My theme is even in the darkest times, there is always a little spark of hope. I chose this theme because of important things that have happened in my life. Everyone needs to remember this because its a very important thing in life.

Two characters in my theme

One of the two characters in my theme is my grandma. The reason I chose her she was my role model and I always looked forward to seeing her. She was one of the greatest people in my life.

Another character is my great-grandpa. He is another important person in my life, and have taught me many things. I look forward to seeing him when I go up, to my other grandparents.

Setting of Theme

The setting of the theme is at my grandpa and grandma's house. Its important to the theme because we realized that there is always a spark of hope in everything. If the setting had been different, my grandma would've died at the hospital and not at her home around all her family members.

Another Setting in my theme is at the elderly home that my great-grandpa was staying at, where we found the hope when he was sick. Back at the house when he got better,


The 1st sequence in my theme is when my grandma started getting worse. My 2nd Sequence is when she was getting worse everyday and soon she had to be in hospitals and constant care. 3rd Sequence is when she died, but she died peacefully at her home with all her family around.

The First Sequence in my theme for my grandpa is when he was getting very sick, and him needing a hip replacement. My Second Sequence is when he had to be admitted into a home because he was to weak to be at his house by himself. My Third Sequence is when he was able to go home, and was better. It took the worry away that maybe he would have to be in urgent care constantly.


The sequence that I thought was the climax was the 2nd because that's when we knew that to make most of what we had, because before things got better, they had to get worse.

My Climax for my great-grandfather is when he was admitted into the elderly care, causing worry because we were afraid of him maybe getting sicker, and sicker.

There is always hope.