My world my way!

Questions this week from Di over at

1, Do you prefer tea, coffee or juice first thing in the morning?

I prefer coffee first thing, if its not available to me though for some reason then I’ll drink a cup of tea.

2. When it comes to food, what is your favourite smell?

I love the smell of bread baking, I also love the smell of coffee.

3. Do you prefer a take-out or to dine in a restaurant?

I prefer take out, just because I prefer to get the food delivered to my door.

4. If you are hosting a party, do you prepare the food yourself, get caterers in or ask everyone to bring something for the table?

I haven’t hosted many parties, but if I was hosting one, I’d get caterers in I think, it’s the easiest option in my opinion.


What has been the highlight of your week this week?

Spending time with my mom, I treasure our time spent together.

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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