Friday is here, Happy friday!

so this morning I feel much better than I did yesterday and last night.
I’ll take that. I am feeling ready to face the day!
I woke up at 4:30. After a good 7 hours of sleep. I was surprised, I didnt think I was going to actually sleep last night. I watched a little bit of tv from about 8:30 until 10 PM. i watched a show about a vet making animals healthy again. It was good. I enjoyed it. I think it was called supervet but not sure. I turned it on half way through it.
After my show ended I decided to go to bed. And so I did. I didnt even read in bed, I just went to bed, turned off my phone and slept. And I am so glad I did. I needed the sleep.
Now this morning I am feeling great. My PA will be here at 9. We’ll do housework then go to the gym. And the weather is even cooperating today as it isnt even raining! It means i can walk to the gym! Yay!
I’m supposed to go volunteering this afternoon. Not sure if I will though. I’m thinking of having a little break this week from it. I’m still feeling fragile and I am not sure I can handle it today. So I may not go.
I plan on going to my parents for the weekend. Mom said she’d take me to the gym again tomorrow. So that will be good. I dont really have any other plans for the weekend. Just planning on relaxing and chilling out.
Emotionally I am still not feeling great, so I need to be careful. I need to do some self care and take it easy. I need to take care of my mental health. This time of year sucks for me so I need to do things to combat that so I can get through it.
Anyway, happy Friday everyone!


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.

7 thoughts on “Friday is here, Happy friday!”

  1. Happy Friday. Well, belated. It’s nearly over. Am glad you could sleep. I think it’s a good idea to do a self care plan for October. It’ll help if you have something to fall back to when it gets bad.


      1. My therapist said when she taught me the safe place tool that its no point in sowing up your chute when you jump out of the plane. You need to have it ready. Same counts for mental health tools. You need to have them ready before everything goes down. That stuck with me. I always feel less anxious when I gave something in place. Which reminds me: I need to exercise my safe place tools again to keep them working.. 😚


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