She’s home!

Eileen just emailed me. She’s home. She’s home and she’s ok and safe!
What a huge relief that is!
She forgot her phone though! She left it behind her left it in england, so she said she was waiting for it to arrive in the post!
I was like OMG! If I forgot my phone I’d die!
My phone is literally tied to me hahaha! I cant leave it out of my hand!
She’s home though! And she said she’s so proud of us for being able to manage our huge feelings. And we will see her on Monday, yay!
Strange how I emailed instead of texting, normally I’d have texted her. And then she wouldnt have got it as her phone is in england still! Strange how I thought to email instead! A coincidence or someone watching over me making sure I got in touch with her somehow!
Who knows, but I sure am glad I decided to email her!


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 “She’s home!”

  1. Glad you were able to touch base and gain some peace of mind. I lost my old flip phone last year and with no home phone, I was cut off from the world. I was forced to upgrade to a smart phone and while I don’t use it much for actual calls, I do use it to text, email, the timer, the alarm clock…I went to town one day without it and my anxiety sky rocketed, 20 miles from home without my lifeline…
    Makes me wonder how I survived that same anxiety for 20 years before I got a phone.

    I’m glad you have someone who is so supportive of you, it makes a huge difference. ❀


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