The plan for tomorrow

Frances just called me. She asked me if she can meet me at 8:45 in the morning, instead of at 9 AM!

She wants to meet me 15 minutes earlier than planned, and then leave 15 minutes earlier than she is supposed to.

I said of course, that will be fine.

We have to go grocery shopping, and I’m going to go to Starbucks as well.

I think I’ll get a chai latte! A vanilla chai latte!

But I think I’ll have them use sugar free vanilla syrup!

The diabetic nurse just called me. I had called her this morning, because I’ve been on Trulicity for a month tomorrow.

I’m on 0.75 MG so far, but she said we can up the dose to 1.5 MG when I renew my prescription.

I’m waiting for my GP to call me to speak to her about it.

If she writes up the prescription today I can get it with the rest of my meds next Tuesday. They can all be delivered together.

I’ve waited all afternoon for a call from her, but it hasn’t come yet.

Hopefully it will be soon! I hate the waiting and having to keep my phone glued to me!

Oh yeah and Frances also told me that that family member, the one who texted her a whole load of times while she was with me this morning, is still texting her.

She said she cant wait for her daughter to get in from work so she can block him.

She doesn’t know how to do it so she needs help from her daughter to get his number blocked.

I have a taxi booked for tomorrow morning and I hope it will come on time. Its booked for 8:40 in the morning.

Right now I am going to go make a cup of coffee!

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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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