My response to Share your world

1. When you go food shopping, do you go with a list or amble down the aisles putting things in your basket or cart that you fancy or think you need?

I usually make a list. It’s the only way I can stay on task. Otherwise I buy things I don’t want or need.

2. When the temperatures drop for the colder months, is there a specific date you put the heating on or do you flick the switch when you start to feel cold?

No specific date, I just flick the switch as and when I need to. I make sure I pay money in to my account each week so that I can turn the hat on as and when I am cold or need to.

3. Keeping with the cold theme, do you prefer a hot water bottle or an electric blanket at night?

I love a hot water bottle in winter, its so nice.

4. How do you feel about log burners? Do you think they are messy or cosy?

I have never seen one! I think we call them stoves…right? If so then I’ve never owned one…but I’ve heard they are really cosy.

Gratitude: When was the last time you laughed out loud?

About 30 minutes ago. I laughed at Nitro because he was outside doing his business and when I said the word treat he came bounding in and looked expectantly at me for a treat!

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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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