She tells where she met him, when he was still living with his mother near the spring lake. She explains that she doesnt understand why things happened. This is the exposition.
He was away for most of the day and night. He would go exploring and sit underneath the moonlight. She was worried about him.
He would go out in the glaring sun before she had fully woken up and he would come home in the evening nagging and upset. He never wanted to talk about things. This is the inciting force
She was confused and wanted to know what the rancid smells on him were. He tried to wash it off but the smells would stay for days. This was where the conflict started.
She saw him changing in his fur and in his face, and all of it fell off and he became a man. She was terrified, this was the crisis.
She saw her own love turn into a hateful one, his own daughter, his own little girl was afraid of him. She thought he was a monster. Her and her sister had chased him over the hills. Her sister had no choice but to kill the man. This was the end. The falling action and resolution.