Morning ramble

My body is betraying me this morning.

I am experiencing horrendous Diarrhea. It is horrible.

I think I’m over the worst of it now, but between experiencing that, and a horrible headache, I feel my body is betraying me.

I texted my slimming world consultant, to tell her to book me in for a week off. She already texted me back, saying she’d go ahead and do it for me.

Frances came at 9 and we had some coffee, which only made my Diarrhea worse.

I am glad I am getting better, as I see my CPN Sarah at noon.

I did get some good news though, Anthony who drives the friendly call minibus rang me, he said she can pick me up this morning, I thought he wasn’t able to do it today.

He said he rearranged things, so he can now pick me up, which is awesome as it saves me taxi money.

Frances is cleaning now, and I am playing on my laptop.

I hope you all have a nice morning, and if its still night time where you are, then I hope you got some good sleep.

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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