Havent had a minute to myself all day

Its been a really busy day here. I haven’t had a minute to myself all day. I don’t know how I had time to eat, lol.

I woke up at 5 AM. After showering and seeing to Nitro I made a cup of coffee, then I got dressed.

Mom called me at 7 AM. She’s sick. She has a chest infection and she’s feeling really awful. She had steroids and some antibiotics on standby for emergencies, so she started taking those. She decided to go back to bed after breakfast.

Frances arrived at 9 AM. We had coffee together, and then she cooked me bacon and eggs for breakfast. The food was very tasty.

After I’d eaten she started doing the housework. She had to clean up Nitro’s vomit, he got sick in the living room this morning, so Frances had to clean that, spray the area, and then mop the floor.

She vacuumed and mopped the rest of the rooms. Did dishes, put my laundry in the dryer, wiped counter tops,, emptied bins etc.

We made a grocery list then for tomorrow, but I asked Frances if she’d go to the store for me. I didn’t want to go. I gave her money to get a taxi back with my groceries. I’m not in the mood to face the grocery store tomorrow. Plus, she’ll be quicker on her own.

After Frances left at 11, I had a few things to do, like writing work emails, tidying up my files on my laptop etc.

Then this afternoon I had to work on friendly call. Work went well but it was very busy. I had more calls to make than usual. But I’m happy to report that all of my clients that I called were in good spirits, and doing relatively well.

I’ll work again tomorrow, after Frances leaves. I won’t be going to my parents house this weekend, I decided to stay home. The weather is supposed to be really bad for the weekend, we’re supposed to get heavy rain and so I don’t fancy leaving my house.

I had to call my pharmacy and ask them for a laxative, I’m very constipated, I asked the pharmacist which one I could go for, I told her I was blind, and she said I could use senekot which is a tablet, I haven’t used it before. She offered to give me an enema that will work in 15 minutes, but I don’t want to put an enema up as it is triggering to me to have to put something inside so I’d rather not do it.

So I’ve been dealing with stomach bloating and gas all day and its frustrating, I’ve also had some cramping.

Now that I am done with work, I am hoping to just relax and read my book, I am also hoping to binge watch something on tv. I subscribed to paramount plus, and one show on there that I’ve been wanting to watch is nurse Jackie. There are seven seasons to it so it will keep me busy for a while.

Paramount plus has a lot of good shows on offer. I have plenty of streaming services now. I have Netflix, paramount plus, discovery plus, prime, and Disney plus.

Plus with my TV package, we get peacock for free.

I hope your all having a nice Thursday, be safe and stay well…

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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