She is passing out, blanking out (petit mal seizures),
There is clearly something wrong with her health and no, you are correct, we’ll never find out the…
Kellie Bodi

The term ‘petit mal’ is out dated, like using ‘fits’ to describe a seizure. The correct term for it an absence seizure. These generally occur in children and are outgrown in time. Sufferers often have several a day without knowing or perhaps only realizing they’ve missed some time and the episodes last just a few seconds. The person will generally stop and stare into space and just as suddenly pick up where they left off a few seconds later with few or no side affects. Some experience headaches or sleepiness afterwards.