Rain and more rain

Its bucketing down out there now. Its torrential.

I have to go out in it! Not a fan!

I need to go see Dr. Barry though. I’m leaving to go see her in an hour.

I have a lot that I want to talk to her about. It will probably be a long appointment.

Mom and my sister came over this morning.

Mom helped me to cook dinner and I’ll have it when I get back from seeing Dr. Barry.

We cooked chicken breast, potatoes and mixed vegetables.

I slept badly last night. It was around 5:30 when I nodded off.

I only slept for 3 hours before I woke up and that was that.

OMG that rain! Its just awful! We’re supposed to get thunder and lightning this afternoon, but whether that comes to fruition or not is yet to be seen.

It definitely is a yucky day out there though!

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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