My summer has officially ended

Summer has officially ended for me today. Boohoo!
I put away all of my summer clothes today. Another summer has come and gone.
I Can’t believe it went by so fast!
Mom was such a trooper today, she helped me sort through all of my summer bits, and we put away what I won’t be waring.
We got out all of my sweatshirts, long leggings, and other winter type clothes.
As our weather is finally turning very cold and wintery!
Its only 5 degrees C here in cork this evening!
I’ve had to turn my heat on!
I was saying to mom today, that by next summer, I’ll need a whole new wardrobe! Nothing I have is going to fit me! Not if I continue losing weight at a steady pace!
I’ll be donating everything I own to the charity shops!
I’m sad that summer has ended. But boy did I have a good summer! My trip to see Sarah in Colorado was the highlight of my summer!
Now the darker nights are coming in, it will be time to curl up on my recliner, wrap up in a blanket, in front of the tv or with a good book!

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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