Chicken soup with a water on the side

Well, I drank a cup of chicken soup, to see if that would settle my stomach.

It sort of did the trick.

I drank a bottle of water too.

My stomach is still quite tender and raw, but I think I’m coming out the other side of being nauseous.

At least I hope I am!

Especially since mom bought a roast beef for dinner tomorrow. Its one of my favourites, and I want to be able to enjoy it.

I decided that I needed some distraction, so I decided to watch the chase USA. I love the british version of the chase, it’s a quiz show.

I’d never seen the US version but it was good!

I need to test my blood sugar later on this evening. I haven’t eaten a whole lot today and I want to see if not eating has done anything to my numbers.

I’m glad I didn’t throw up! I definitely think it’s the new Trulicity dose that is causing me to be nauseous.

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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