A quiet morning with my P.A

We’ve had a very quiet morning, my P.A came at 9 AM. She just did some housework for me, and she went to the store to get me some coffee, I had run out of it and god forbid I run out of coffee, that would not be good. I let her take Nitro out for a short walk, I didnt go. She finished up with me at 11:30, and then I started making my calls for work. I got them all done within an hour and a half. I had some lunch and now I am bored. I’ve just taken a shower, and am about to turn on the TV to see if there is anything good on it. I went outside to talk to my neighbour for a short while. A big bumble bee almost flew into my hair, so I quickly made an exit and went back inside. As you all know I am totally nervous of any flying insects, but especially wasps and bees. I talked to my mom and she’s doing some gardening. The rest of the day here is going to be spent reading, watching tv and cooking dinner. 3 days into lockdown and I am almost going insane. My niece Lauren should have been making her confirmation today, but that was cancelled until further notice. Oh well, it is what it is, not much we can do about any of it. We just have to hang on, and hold tight.

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.

15 thoughts on “A quiet morning with my P.A”

  1. I can relate to being bored, even though I really could be writing blog posts in advance for the #AtoZChallenge. It’s interesting that your PA is still allowed to come out to you, but I’m happy for you about it.

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      1. I understand, but I’d think they would only be allowed to do the bare minimum of tasks and only go to clients who need those (like washing or toileting). I mean, my former support staff are all doing their jobs from home via phone or WhatsApp.

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  2. I think it’s something a lot of us just have to get used to, a total change of routine and everything actually. But I hope that once we can get used to it, things will go more smoothly and life will become at least a bit easier in this crisis. It’s good you still have your PA to help.


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