Pressies sorted!

So I got my niece’s and nephews Christmas presents sorted!

I got a great deal for black Friday, there were some fabulous sales on amazon.

I got my niece an echo dot. Some pods for her coffee maker, a pair of Christmas pajamas, and some lindor chocolate.

I got my nephew some Mine craft lego, chocolate, a game for his playstation, and a pajamas.

I’m happy I got their presents. I’m slowly getting everything that I needed to buy for people marked off.

I just have Frances, and my mom to buy for now.

My sister’s gift basket to finish off, and put money in a card for my dad.

Other than that, I’m mostly done!

I do hope the kids will like what I picked out for them.

I also bought a 16 TB external hard drive for myself, as an early Christmas gift.

I need it for storing music, movies, and TV shows.

So happy Christmas to me, lol.

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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