What a sleep I had!

I had the best sleep ever last night. Actually I went to bed super early! I was in bed and asleep by 7 PM!

I really needed the rest. I did wake up at around 8:30 to call my mom and my dad.

Then I went right back to sleep.

Nitro did get me up at around 4 AM to go out, but again, I went back to bed and slept until 7 AM!

Sometimes when I get really tired all I can do is sleep!

Now this morning I am feeling great! I feel very refreshed, bright eyed and bushy tailed! Lol!

Frances was here for 2 hours…we did a load of housework, and I had bacon and toast for breakfast!

It rained really hard while Frances was here, and we thought it was going to keep raining. If it did she would’ve gotten soaked. But it stopped, thankfully.

I spoke to mom this morning, she’s doing well. There is still some air in her lung, so the drain has to stay in for another couple of days. But she’s able to walk to the bathroom now by herself. She said she’s feeling good.

I am not working today, so I can relax and chill for the day.

I will be working tomorrow. I also will go grocery shopping tomorrow, and I have to get some passport photos taken. I need them for my parking pass, which is up for renewal this month.

Well, not much more to report, hope you all have a lovely Thursday.

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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