My shopping expedition with mom

So mom and I went out with my aunt for the afternoon. We had a few things to get. I had to get some fruit and milk, and mom had to get a couple of things also.
While we were out I did some shopping for some clothes. I decided that since I had a gift voucher to spend, I would spend it today.
I got a baby blue sweatshirt, and 3 t-shirts, one is black, one is green and one is grey. They are all casual clothes, nothing fancy. But I like comfort so they will suit me fine.
It was lovely to go out, and cheered me up a lot. Although I still felt very anxious while we were out.
We stopped and got a coffee, I treated mom and my aunt to some coffee, I had a latte, and mom and my aunt had a cappachino each.
I did get a bit light headed on the way back home, its really muggy out today, and I think the heat got to me, plus, I also had bad heartburn, not sure what caused that as I hadnt eaten anything.
Now that I am back at my parents house, and have eaten and drank something, I am a little better, although I still feel kind of weak, my muscles in my arms are weak, and I still have a bit of light headedness.
I’ll be fine though. I’m probably a little tired too, although I don’t feel tired right now.
Its been a nice day and I am glad we got to go out. Mom used her oxygen while she was out, she is finding it to be really helpful.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. 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.

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