Shopping and other randomness

Ok, so I was going to ask Frances to go to the store tomorrow and pick up my groceries. I wasn’t going to go with her. Then I thought about it, and I thought it will probably be good for me to go out and get out of the house, even if its only going to the grocery store. So I told Frances that I’d meet her down at Aldi’s at 9 AM tomorrow morning. I want to be able to pick out my own stuff and if I don’t go, I can’t do that. I’ve also decided that I am going to stay home this weekend and not go to my parents house. Partly I decided this because I’m waiting on a dog food delivery, and I don’t know exactly when it is going to arrive, I’ve tried tracking the package but there is no info yet on where it is and when its set to arrive at my house. I’m also waiting for another package with some DVD’S in it, but I don’t think that will arrive until Monday. I’m planning on having a quiet weekend, I’m going to veg out and binge watch some true crime shows, and read a lot I think. Tonight I’m going to write some poems. I’m also going to read some blogs and some email. I still feel fine after my flu and covid shots…no side effects, but just to be on the safe side, I’ll still take 2 paracetamol at around 10 Pm tonight. But I feel fine. I will be working tomorrow afternoon on friendly call. I have quite a long list of calls to make, I’m planning to do them around 1 Pm, and hoping to finish them up by 3 PM. We’ll see how that goes. Depending on how long some people stay on the phone, it may or may not work out. I heard back from the guide dogs, and the client services person that I spoke to is going to send me out a medical report, and I’ll have to have my GP fill it out and then send it back to the school. After that, someone will come out to my home and assess me for a replacement dog. Then the long waiting period will begin. That could all take a couple of months though. But its good to get the ball rolling.

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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