Stormy night of no sleep

We’ve having a really bad storm. High winds, and heavy rain. Its been going on all evening and all night as well. I was trying to watch TV earlier but my TV kept going off, I kept getting a message on screen saying that there was a problem with my satelite signal. I was bummed as I was enjoying my show. In the end, I switched it off and read instead. I’ve had a very restless night, I have lay here for hours, thinking, never a good thing. I just cant drop off. In the end I got up and I started ripping my new batch of DVD’s that I got. That kept me busy for a few hours. I have a very busy day today. I have therapy this morning at 10, followed by Frances at 12 until 2:30, and then Trish will be here from 3 until 5 PM. So well, that means I can’t nap! Probably for the best if I don’t anyway, especially if I want to sleep later on tonight! Right now I think I’ll make a cup of coffee, and get back to my book! Its getting really good now! I am going to start either the inheritance series, or start the second harry potter book, not sure which yet, but I want to read some fantasy mixed in with my memoir reading! We’ll see. I am not a big fantasy reader, but I did love the first harry potter book, I read it when I was in colorado over the summer, me and Sarah read it together. Anyway, I’m rambling now, so I’ll shut up and get outa here, catch yall later!

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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