Blizzard

It’s snowing hard outside. It’s freezing but thankfully I’m nice and warm. My heating is on high. Nitro didn’t like going out in the snow. I went outside just to see how bad it actually is out there, and it’s pretty bad.

Storm Emma is coming this way tomorrow, the weather is meant to be really really bad tomorrow from 4 PM onwards. So I think I’ll be staying indoors and wrapping up warm. Everywhere is closed, schools, shops, et cetera. So nobody will be going anywhere.

I’m so glad I stayed home from the independent living skills course this week. I dread to think what would’ve happened if I didn’t, my pipes probably would have burst and my house would it been flooded.

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.

12 thoughts on “Blizzard”

      1. Huh. I thought you lived someplace during the week, and then maybe with your family on weekends. I clearly missed part of the story, but am glad you live on your own. It is so much less hassle I find.

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      2. Yes I do normally live somewhere during the week, I live in the place where I do the independent living skills course from Monday to Friday of each week and then at the weekends I come home, I spend Friday and Saturday in my own house and are usually go to my mum and dads on Sunday and spend Sunday night there but this week I didn’t go to the independent living skills course so I’ve been at home for the whole week

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      3. Okay, got it. I forget that I’ve only been following your blog a month or two, so there is still so much I just don’t know. When I lived in the UK, the only potential heat a landlord had to provide was ‘the potential for heat in the main room’, so often you got only a big empty fireplace in that room, to be filled with coal at your own expense of course, and the rest of the place had no heat and was often moldy and slimy, especially if it was upstairs. I hope it is better than that these days.

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