Looks like I’ll have a cosy weekend at home!

I’m staying home this weekend, I will cosy up in my PJ’S, read, rip some more movies, drink lots of tea and coffee, and talk to friends.

Mom told me that I should stay at home, since the weather will be bad.

Lots of rain, wind, etc.

She said she’d be ok, and that I shouldn’t worry about her, easier said than done!

Tomorrow morning I’m meeting Frances at the grocery store, I have to do a few things, buying an external CD rom drive for my laptop is first on my list.

I will also be getting groceries.

I made a list, so I won’t over buy.

I’m expecting a package tomorrow, so I want to get home before it comes. Although, my neighbour said she’d keep an eye out for it for me and take it in if it arrives.

Our water came back on at around 5 PM this evening. I had to run it for a while, as it was all dirty.

I don’t work tomorrow, so I’ll put my feet up and binge watch a movie or two, or a good tv show in the afternoon I think.

I’m not hopeful of getting a lot of sleep tonight, I’ve had my good nights this week, and I doubt tonight is going to be another one.

Oh well, I’ve plenty to keep me entertained if I don’t sleep.

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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