My response to #SYW!

Di is stepping in for Melanie this week for share you world, so, lets see what she wants to know!

1. How organised are you? Do you plan ahead, take things as they come, or does it depend on the circumstances? I would say I am an organised person. For example, when I go grocery shopping I make a list. If I have to go into town for something, I will plan ahead where possible. If I have an appointment somewhere, I will plan out my route and what time I need to leave to get to my appointment on time.

2. How many Christmas presents have you bought already? None. But I will start soon. I was meant to make a start this weekend, but then my mom got sick, so we put the Christmas shopping on hold.

3. Do you prefer a family gathering for special occasions, or just you and your significant other? I like a family gathering, but nowadays because of covid we don’t do family gathering too often. My sister and her family sometimes come to my parents for dinner on Sundays, and when that happens I really enjoy it.

4. How many words do you think your pet understands? A lot. He’s very smart.

Please share a gratitude meme for your readers.

I don’t have any memes but I will share my out quote.

Shine like the beautiful star that you are! ❤

Share Your World 24th October | pensitivity101 (

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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