What a fiasco to get a laptop charger!

What a nightmare trying to get a laptop charger!

Me and Frances walked all over the city trying to find one!

We were sent from one store to another to another!

Finally we went back to the first store which had originally been closed when we first tried it.

They had what I needed, for 40 euro!

So I bought it!

And now my regular PC works! Yay!

The guy at the store said that I should get a 2 meter extending cable, to give me some room if I need to stretch the wire a little. I did not have the money to do that today, but I’ll do it really soon!

I didn’t end up going to slimming world for my weekly weigh in, but its good that I didn’t. The taxi was very late picking me up. I had booked it for 9:30 and it was 10 AM when he got to me.

We just flew into town and were back home again by 11:30!

Then Frances made me bacon and eggs, yummy!

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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