Weekend coffee share

If we were having coffee, I’d tell you we had a pretty chilled out weekend, very relaxed, which was really nice.
The only thing we did do was pack for starting our new ILS course tomorrow. Our bag is now fully packed and we are ready to go.
I would tell you that I started a new book. So far I am loving it. It is one of Maggie Hartleys books, Maggie hartley is a UK foster parent who writes about her experiences of fostering.
I would tell you that I did a lot of self care things this weekend. I had two very nice bubble baths, I put on nice lotion, I ate healthily, I was mindful, did meditation, drank tea, probably too much tea lol.
I would tell you that I was supposed to go to a birthday party for a friend but the weather was so bad that I didnt go. Storm brian was here, it effected us with rain and lots of high winds. I didnt want to risk going out in it.
I hope everyone has had a nice weekend. See you soon!

Author: Carol Anne

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.

10 thoughts on “Weekend coffee share”

  1. If we were having coffee it would be very nice. 🙂 I could bring some toffi sweets which I got recently if you like toffi, I think they are really yummy, I like everything toffi. Plus coffee and toffi make a nice rhyme.
    I’m glad you had a chilled out weekend. If we werre having coffee I’d tell you mine was also chilled out and it would be perfectly good if my mood weren’t fluctuating all the time and if the anxiety weren’t getting in the way out of the blue from time to time, which led to my self harming yesterday evening, that sucks.
    If we were having coffee, I’d wish you all the luck next week and I do it despite we’re not having coffee and hope you’ll like it there and will learn as many new things as possible.
    If we were having coffee I would tell you there’s a lot of things going on in my life at the moment, mainly because of my exam to uni that I’ll be passing next year. Well, let’s say not exam to uni, but just an exam finishing my current school, ’cause I really don’t know what I will and even what I want to do then. It’s all very frustrating, ’cause I know that theoritically I could do a lot, but most probably practically I won’t do anything. And I’d love to believe that I’m just catastrophising. If we were having coffee I’d also tell you that tomorrow will be my last Swedish lesson. I was learning Swedish with my teacher for about 5 years or even more, he was always very helpful and believed in me and now he claims that he found another job and won’t be able to teach me any longer. Me and my Mum were shocked, it was so out of the blue and it always seemed like he liked to teach me and was proud of me and when he called he seemed to totally not care about what will be with me after it, because I planned – we both planned that I’ll pass Swedish certificate soon. And it’s not easy to find a Swedish – or any other such a niche language – teacher in my area, I know it too well. I feel a bit like I failed or something, although I don’t think I did. Maybe his new job isn’t just an excuse like it seems and he really won’t have the time for me.
    If we were having coffee I’d tell you I’ve never read anything by Maggie Hartley. I’ve checked her some time ago and there are no books by her which would be translated to Polish and as I don’t have account on Audible I didn’t read her in English as well. But I bet it must be very interesting. What is this book about?
    If we were having coffee I’d tell you I’m reading “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte at the moment. For the… let’s think… 5th time? or something like this haha. But I love this book, I found it very wise and very interesting, I love old English books, especially Victorian, I love all three Bronte sisters, as well as Jane Austen, Elizabeth Gaskell and so on… I also like women literature, but not stuff like harlequins or any other shallow romances.
    If we were having coffee I’d tell you that you’re doing great with self care this weekend. And that all sounds very nice. I absolutely love bubble baths but who doesn’t! I also drank a lot of tea this weekend, mainly raspberry tea, I love it at the moment.
    If we were having coffee I’d tell you that yesterday my parents went on a walk and they went to our local park and there were gastronomic cars, I don’t know how they’re exactly called in English, anyway such bigs cars which transport food, like catering. There were loads of them and there was food from all around the world. It’s a pity that I didn’t know that there is something like this and that they’ll go there, ’cause otherwise I’d go with them, I love to try new foods, my Mum said that actually everything was yummy. I think you’d also like it there. She wanted to get something for me and Zofijka, but most of those things were hot so they’ll be cold already if she’d bring them home, but she got a few baked chestnuts for us. I’ve never eaten them before and I don’t know why, but I always thought they are sweet. They aren’t. For me they tasted almost like potatos baked on a fireplace or grilled. We were both disappointed a bit, Zofijka and me, not because we didn’t like them, but it was just nothing special and we always thought they taste different haha.
    I’m sorry you couldn’t go to the birthday party, but it’s great that even though you enjoy your weekend. If we were having coffee I’d tell you that those storms totally suck and that for me it seems too much stormy weather as for one country, it’s not fair. Well I know that there’s also pretty stormy in Scotland, but still I think it could finish already. But it’s good that it didn’t affect you or your family directly.
    Have a nice afternoon. 🙂

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    1. I love toffee, and you’re right coffee and toffee go well together. It’s nice that your mum went to a food market and brought you back something but sorry you didn’t like it. Sorry your mood has fluctuating hope you feelbetter soon xxx🤗


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