mom

mom came over. shes so good to me. where would i be without her.
she cut my grass. that took her a while. she has COPD so she has to take her time doing the garden. she gets out of breath easily.
she still does it though. she wont let the COPD stop her. I say good for her.
she also helped me make dinner. i had a yummy dinner of baked potato, vegetables, and chicken. the veg were microwavable, done in four minutes, and they were delicious if i do say so myself.
i asked mom if she’d be willing to help me with my blister pack. she said she would. i told her dr. barry was starting us back on our meds slowly. she didnt really comment very much on that.
my sister picked her up and took her home a few mins ago. its my sisters birthday today. she is 29. we gave her a card with fifty euro in it. she was thrilled.
she’s going camping this weekend with her partner and kids. i say good luck to her lol dont think camping would be my thing.

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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.

4 thoughts on “mom”

  1. Well, happy birthday, Laura. I’m so glad you and your mom are strengthening your relationship. It seems to have gotten better over the past couple of years.

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