On this rainy Saturday

Our weather is terrible. It has rained all afternoon. I had to go out in it.

I went to visit mom. She’s doing well. We had a good catch up.

My sister made pad tai and she brought me some, so when we got home I had it for dinner.

I sent my sister to the store to pick up my nephews Lego.

She’ll bring it to me on Wednesday.

I did not sleep well last night, so I am tired now. I think a nap is needed.

I finally did fall asleep around 6 AM, and I did not wake up until 12:30. I didn’t even hear my phone go off with notifications.

I think I’m just going to chill for the rest of the evening. I will probably read. I’m starting a new book. Its called, I have to call someone mama, and its about a grandmother whose grandkids keep becoming ill, and it turns out her daughter is making them sick.

It’s a short read at just over 3 hours in length.

I should finish it this weekend.

Hope everyone is having a nice weekend, be well and stay safe!

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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