Today is september 2nd

Its been a busy day.

Frances came early this morning, at 9 AM!

We got all of the housework done. And she made me banana on toast for breakfast.

I took my Trulicity injection this morning, and I haven’t had any adverse side effects from it.

I decided that I would go to my parents house for the weekend. Mom likes it when I come over. She enjoys the company and I do too.

I worked on friendly call for a few hours before I went to my parents house. Work went well. I had quite a long list of clients to call, but they were all doing great.

When I arrived at my parents I spent time chatting to mom. She was cooking her lunch when I got there.

I brought some steaks for my own dinner, and some baby potatoes, which she cooked for me.

I had one steak today and I will have one tomorrow as well.

Mom and my sister went grocery shopping later on in the afternoon. I had mom buy me some more salt and vinegar rice cakes, some Greek yogurt, some water, and some fruit.

Its been a quiet evening. I haven’t really done a whole lot. I just relaxed, watched some tv with mom and dad, and read some email.

No plans for this weekend, tomorrow it is supposed to rain all day, so my plan is to read a lot as I am finishing up one book, and I want to start the new Cathy Glass fostering memoir.

My CPN Sarah also called me today. We had a good chat. She had been on holidays for the last two weeks, I told her things are going relatively ok and I hope it stays that way.

Hope your all having a good start to your weekend, stay safe, be well,

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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