Walkies with Nitro

Frances and I went out for a nice walk with Nitro this morning.

It was so nice to be out in the fresh air.

We were only out for about 20 minutes. I didn’t want to take Nitro on too long of a walk.

He kept sniffing and peeing to leave his scent.

We were chatting with one another as we went. The 20 minutes seemed to fly by.

I was very hot when we got back to my house, so I drank a bottle of water.

Not sure why I was so hot, it was cool out, and I was in a t-shirt, but I was still hot anyway.

I’m glad we went out. If I can do that on Thursday mornings now I’ll be delighted, but I probably won’t be able to do it every week, as its coming into the winter now.

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.

2 thoughts on “Walkies with Nitro”

    1. It’s nice that you have a balcony, I’d love to have a balcony but I live on the ground floor so I suppose it wouldn’t be any use really, but it’s nice to get out in the fresh air and enjoy it ✨✨


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