So much for crawling back in bed

I Never did get any sleep. I didn’t even go back to bed.

I tried to lay on my recliner and close my eyes, but then, my phone rang.

It was my friend Pat, so I talked to him, and we ended up chatting for over an hour.

Then, I tried to fall asleep again, but my doorbell rang.

It was a package that I’d been expecting…some CD’S!

Movie soundtracks that I bought on e-bay.

So now its almost 1 PM! My PA trish will be here in 2 hours.

I don’t feel like trying to sleep any more.

Eileen and I had a bit of a text chat this morning. She was very understanding about me having to miss our session. I had asked her if she could zoom later on in the week, but she has no availability. She said if she gets a cancelation she’d let me know.

I do see Dr. Barry this week, on Wednesday, so I’m not totally without support.

My breathing has gotten a little better, but I’m still coughing.

And I’m a little bit headachy!

I’m wondering if its my sinuses?

I’m making chicken wraps for dinner today.

I’ll put chicken strips, chili mayo, peppers, and cheese in the wraps.

I didn’t buy lettuce, as I’m not a big fan of it.

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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