A not so sleepy night

Sleep did not come for me tonight. I tried and tried but…nothing.

So I got up and read, I’m finishing up a great book.

Got 2 hours left to finish it!

Will finish it off today all going well.

I took a nice hot shower, it was so soothing.

Its been raining all night. Torrential rain at that.

Makes me glad I am inside in my nice warm bedroom!

I feel sorry for anyone whose sleeping out on the street! Its tragic that there are so many people who are on the streets.

Its 5:30 now. Think I’m going to make some coffee and think about eating breakfast.

I have no plans today. So I can chillax at home.

I hope my packages come in the mail this morning. I’ve been waiting patiently for them to arrive.

Of course, its more DVD’s! I am addicted to buying movies on Ebay.

Then I rip them all to my hard drive, an external one.

I have over 6000 now!

Ok, off to make my coffee! Adios!

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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