Sleepless night, but feeling much better

It was a bit of a sleepless night. I think I got around 2 hours of sleep in the end. I tossed and turned for ages. Eventually I put on a show and I fell asleep watching it. The good news is that I feel better this morning, my stomach isnt nauseous any longer. I woke at 6:30 feeling great. I got up and had a cup of tea. I’m hungry but I am not sure what I want to eat. I need to wash my hair this morning. I think I’ll wait a little while before I do that. My aunt, whose my dads sister her anniversary is today, she has been dead 2 years today. I cant believe its 2 years already. It doesnt seem that long since she died. I posted a post on facebook in her memory. I’m really glad my stomach is better, as it means I will be able to enjoy the roast beef we’re having for dinner this afternoon. I love roast beef, its delicious. After we eat dinner I’ll go back home to my own house again. I will just chill out for the evening. I’ll probably read for a few hours. Other than that, I’ve no plans. It’ll be a quiet rest of my day.

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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