since this is something your instructor specifically wants and she has given you specific instructions, then that's what you have to give her. it sounds to me like she wants more of a kind of personal journaling as to how your clinical interaction with the patient went rather than a traditional "nurses note" that would go in a chart.
i am thinking that this may be your instructor's informal way of having you look back and analyze what you are doing during your clinical time. something else that crossed my mind is that your instructor may be getting around doing an actual process recording (ipr-interpersonal process recording) where you record a therapeutic conversation you have with a patient and then analyze your responses you made to the patient as to whether or not they were helpful and therapeutic. she's stipulated that she wants amusing anecdotes which seems a little odd to me. but, if that's what she wants, then that is what you give her since your grade depends on it.
when i was in my bsn program we had to keep a journal of our clinical experiences because our instructors often were not with us at the sites (we were already licensed rns). they were looking for the interaction that went on between us and our patients and what we felt we felt were learning from each one. we were encouraged to write down questions that our experiences generated and seek and write down the answers we found. perhaps this is what your instructor is trying to get you to do?
outside of that, there is specific information on how to chart/document on this sticky thread: http://allnurses.com/forums/f205/nur...on-168921.html