what day is it anyway? 20th Sept

Its almost 6:30 in the evening. I am relaxing. I’ve actually been relaxing all afternoon.

It felt good to be able to have a chill out kind of day.

I talked to my mom a couple of times on the phone. She was babysitting my nephew, my sister and her partner were both working long shifts today.

Mom said she’ll come over to visit me tomorrow. I have an apt to see Dr. Barry in the morning, and she said she’d come around 11:30.

Mom has to get a smear test tomorrow. I don’t envy her. I’d rather her than me. I hate them with a passion.

She said she’s not a fan either.

I didn’t work yesterday or today. I need to try to do some hours tomorrow if I am feeling up to it.

My meds got delivered this afternoon. They usually are delivered in the morning, but I changed my delivery time since I was seeing my CPN this morning.

The delivery guy is so nice. He always chats to me and he always pats Nitro.

I think I’m going to spend the rest of the evening watching tv and reading.

I don’t know what I want to watch. I’ll find something though I’m sure.

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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