Part One: the part of the chapter that I found to be the most moving was the part titled "Telling the truth." Going into the chapter, I figured that, much like poetry and fiction, you would create writings by simply making things up. However, I was pleasantly surprised when I wound up seeing that nonfiction was simply telling the truth by your memory. That left things kind of open ended since, "Memory is selective, and writers of creative nonfiction must take this into account." You are simply telling the story through your eyes, which is pretty cool.
Part Two: The story I found was on a site called Cowbird. I was titled "Ghosts of Sickness Past." In it, Dylan talked about how he got very sick 8 years ago and in the aftermath he received a gift from his friends and family: a small handmade book that had pictures and things that told all the wonderful thing that he had done for the past several years. Just reading it about it made me cry a little. The lists of who created the book was very moving and just how he described himself while he was sick was more than I was expecting to find and it was touching.