Today is september 5th

I’ve had a pretty good day! I was working earlier, after therapy.

I worked for a couple of hours on friendly call.

My supervisor got a new job, she’s still going to be working for the organization that runs friendly call, but she won’t be in charge of the friendly call service any longer.

I will miss her. She has been a great supervisor.

I’m going to go in to the office next week to meet the new supervisor!

My PA Trish came at 3. Well, she was a couple of minutes early because she had to leave early, as she had a doctors appointment.

We made chicken curry for dinner. I have leftovers for tomorrow too.

The chicken curry came out great. It tasted amazing.

The weather is awful here today. We’ve had heavy rain all day. Its not supposed to let up now for the entire week, tomorrow, the weather is calling for thunder storms.

My dad went to see his bone specialist today for his arthritis.

He didn’t really give me a straight answer when I asked him what the doctor said, but then again, he never tells us what the doctors say to him.

I am enjoying my evening now, just relaxing in front of the TV. I may read for a while also later on tonight.

Hope everyone’s having a nice Monday!

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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