Super Saturday with my sister

I had a lovely day today.
Mom and me went out with my sister and her two kids. We went to a local park.
We were going to bring a picnic with us, but my sister offered to take us back to her house afterwords and cook for us.
We had a nice time at the park, mom and my sis and I sat on a bench watching the kids play.
The weather stayed dry, and the sun even shone for a while.
And the best part was there were no bugs annoying us!
When we went back to my sisters house, she made a delicious lunch for all of us.
She made chicken tendors, rice, fried onions and peppers, and then she covered it in sweet chili sauce.
It tasted amazing! I was so full after I ate.
I went off my diet to eat it, but I’ve been really good all week, so today was my treat day.
After we’d eaten I played with her bulldog Bailey for a while. She’s so cuddly and cute.
She’s a year old now.
We left her house around 5 PM, we had to pick her daughter up before my sis dropped mom and me off.
It was a really enjoyable day.

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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