Living it here

so i’ve been here in abode now for two days. and i am loving it. i am really enjoying the independent living skills course. if you would like to hear more about my activities and day to day life on the course please go over to my other blog at

and follow me there, i am under our bodys legal name on that blog as our family have the link to it.
but yeah the course is going great. i was so tired last night that i lay down to watch tv at 9 PM and fell asleep until 11 when one of the staff came in and woke me up, as i hadnt changed into my pajamas yet.
i woke in the middle of the night, got up for about an hour, and then went back to bed and was able to go back to sleep.
the people on the course with me are lovely. most of them are wheelchair users. not sure what all of their disabilities are but i am sure i’ll learn that in time.
i have college tonight. i’m seriously not in the mood to go, but i’m sure i’ll feel different once i get there. its just the actual getting there and stuff, in the dark, in the rain…
nitro is settling in well. he loves it here. its his birthday tomorrow. he’ll be 7.
i’ll be seeing dr. barry tomorrow. my tutor is bringing me to my apt. she’s going to wait for me while i have my apt and then drop me back to the centre again.
things are good. i feel calm. happy and calm. my next project is to finish up my unfinished college work, tomorrow night I’ll do that.

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.

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