A trying day

I had a bit of a trying day. I was in bed for most of it. I felt nauseious but I think it was down to my anxiety. I was feeling super anxious all day.

I did go see Dr. Barry this morning. That went good. We had a great appointment.

I got there at 9 AM on the dot, and I was first in to be seen.

I was finished with her and back home by 10:30!

Mom and my sister came over at around 11:30. We had a nice catch up.

Mom made me steak and baby potatoes and fried peppers for dinner.

I started feeling anxious around 1 PM just before mom left.

I’m not sure what brought on my anxiety, but it was very bad.

I was meant to be working on friendly call for a couple of hours, but my email started acting up, so I had to fix it.

I didn’t end up working at all but my supervisor said it was fine, I told her I’d make up for it today Thursday.

I went to bed and slept all afternoon. I just wasn’t feeling up to doing anything else.

I only woke up to feed Nitro, let him out and get something to eat.

I didn’t get up until just before 1 AM. Now I’ll stay up and just start my day.

I’ll be going for my flu shot and covid booster shot this morning.

I’m going to take two paracetamol before I go to get it, that way I’ll probably prevent any side effects.

I think I’m going to ask Frances to go to the grocery store for me tomorrow. I don’t think I’ll go with her.

She can get my groceries, I’ll make a list this morning when she comes, and she can just get them for me.

I’ll be going to my parents this weekend, mom has asked me to come for the weekend.

I am feeling a lot better now…thank goodness.

The anxiety calmed right down, after I took a Xanax.

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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