Good morning!

I slept great. I went to bed early, thinking I might not sleep, but surprise surprise, I did actually sleep!

I woke once during the night, to get a drink, but I didn’t get up.

I eventually got up at 7 and I decided to shower, I always feel great after a nice hot shower.

I made coffee, then I called mom.

She had a good night, she got some good sleep finally!

So she’s feeling great this morning!

Apparently the rain was torrential during the night. That is what mom said but I didn’t hear anything.

I’ll be going with my sister to the hospital to visit mom later on this afternoon.

I called my dad to see how he was, he was fine.

Now I am just chilling, I have the TV on and am watching the morning chat show called Ireland AM!

I put some clothes on to dry in my tumble dryer, and I hung the rest of the clothes on the radiators to dry as I have my heating on.

I’m still waiting on some packages to come in the mail. Apparently one of them is out for delivery now, but I don’t know if that means it will be delivered today, or if it will be Monday before its delivered.

Have a lovely Saturday everyone, enjoy the day…

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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