Christmas is coming!

It sure is!

I did more Christmas shopping this morning! I got Frances’s gift sorted.

I’m going to give her a gift voucher to the local shopping mall, and since she’s going to new York for her sixtieth birthday next June, I’m also going to give her fifty dollars!

I bought some more stuff to go into my sisters gift basket, and I got some chocolate and candy and pringles for my niece and nephew. I’m making them each a little gift basket with candy and pringles and chocolates in it.

That isn’t their main gift though. I got my nephew mine craft Lego and I got my niece an amazon echo dot.

Of course me and Frances went to Starbucks, and I had my ginger bread latte and a slice of their carrot cake. The carrot cake is sooo damn good!

I have most of my gifts bought now, I do have a couple of small gifts to purchase, but, for the most part I’m very organized.

I’m really thrilled about that.

I do still need to buy my moms gifts, but that’s pretty easy. She wants a voucher to a store she loves, I’ll get her some bath products, and some lottery tickets.

As well as her gift basket my sister is also getting a voucher to the local shopping mall.

I also bought some nice food treats for when I am at mom and dads for Christmas. We can all enjoy them.

I found out that we’re probably going to my sisters house for boxing day which for those who don’t know is the day after Christmas day.

She’s doing a big dinner for all of us. I think she said she’s going to make roast beef with all the trimmings.

We’re having turkey and ham on Christmas day. It’ll be just mom, dad, me and my dads brother.

I got my dads brother a nice gift set which has shower gels and deodorant, socks, and moisturizer in it.

He will like that.

So I did very well with all the shopping today!

Listening to the Christmas music playing as I shopped was epic!

I was singing along to all the songs!

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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