to my readers and blog followers, where do you live?

so because I am very nosey, and want to know where everyone lives, I will ask you all my readers, please share in the comments box where your from, what country, or state if in the USA?

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.

90 thoughts on “to my readers and blog followers, where do you live?”

      1. well, summers are in the 100’s, (Fahrenheit) and spring and fall are generally in the 70’s-90’s, and winter is usually in the 60’s-high 70’s, but we have had an unusually warm winter staying in the high 70’s.


  1. I am in the USA, the state of New Mexico. Our weather is extreme. It is semi-arid here, with several dust storms in the typical year, also the occasional monsoon flood, a few tornadoes, the rare blizzard — we had snowdrifts taller than the doorways in December 2015 — and we also get frequent supercell storms that will sometimes produce hail larger than a baseball. The weather is never boring in New Mexico!

    In the summer we often have temperatures above 100 Fahrenheit, which translates to around 40 Celcius, and in the winter our low temperatures can go down to the single digits and sometimes below zero Fahrenheit, or around -14 to -17 Celsius. It is nighttime here now, and our current temperature is 26 Fahrenheit, or -3 Celsius.

    What is the weather like where you are?


      1. How hot does it get in the summer where you live? I have had my DNA tested, and I am approximately 20% Irish. With my green eyes and millions of freckles, people here in the USA think that I am 100% Irish. I even have Hereditary Hemochromatosis, which is more common amongst the Irish than other nationalities, according to what I have read. I wish I had the money to visit Ireland. I can feel the Irish in my soul!

        By the way, I also dissociate a great deal. But I did not know this, for most of my life. It is a challenging way to be, isn’t it? It is also a way to survive the unsurvivable.

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      2. Well it gets up into the 70s in the summer, but not usually any hotter than that, we might get into the 80s if we are very lucky. Yes dissociation is a big challenge. I hope you do get to visit Ireland some day. That would be nice for you if you did.

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      1. well we are doing a long distance relationship as I am in ireland, I’ve visited her in the US before though, when she wasnt in the facility, in bloomington. I love it there and would like to move there som day.

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      1. Good idea. πŸ™‚ Let me know if you will, so we could meet and I could show you some nice places to see. πŸ™‚


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