sunday morning

its quiet on the ward this morning. i slept ok i guess but i did wake up a few times. twice i went out to the nurses station. one time the nurse ber made me a cup of tea. the other time i went out to see if they had my inhalers, but again the doctor never wrote me up for them, so now they need to be ordered.
I ate breakfast, of cerial and toast. My blood sugars were good this morning. then at 10:30 when I went to have a cup of tea I ate a yoghurt, and one of the nurses came running after me saying the yoghurt was full of sugar, so obviously when the student nurse who gave it to me got it she forgot to get a diet one.
that is not my fault!
my named nurse today is called natasha. She is really nice. she came to my bed space a little while ago and chatted to me for a while. I really connected with her.
i talked to my mom this morning too on the phone. she went out last night with my sister and aunts. i was jealous that i wasnt there. she said they had a good night.
Natasha just came in to do my care plan with me. The care plan is a plan that the doctors review before the ward round on tuesday. It asks things like what you found difficult this week, what you found easy, what you’d like to achieve next week etc. They read your care plan and then from there they make a plan for you.
i think the rest of today will be uneventful. at least I hope so anyway.

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Author: manyofus1980

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

4 thoughts on “sunday morning”

  1. I am very glad you slept well, hope it will be the same today. And it’s good that it was OK with your blood sugars. I completely understand your jealousy about your mom going out with family, I often felt the same very strongly when I was in boarding school.

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  2. Yeah I get it, I had exactly the same when my parents and siblings did anything together and I couldn’t, ’cause I was at school. But I’m sure you’ll do a lot with them when you’re come home from hospital.

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