Carol Anne asks

Do you decorate your house for Christmas?

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.

24 thoughts on “Carol Anne asks”

  1. Sure thing! But it is not as much anymore as I used to decorate. The whole house was one Christmas box… lol. Everything I had or ever received was put somewhere (also everything the kids ever crafted in school or at home). Each window was decorated with stars and around some, I put lights inside. In addition, I created more decorations myself… you can imagine. And outside… oh boy… we had lights all over the house and the garden, everywhere plus two reindeer and a sleigh.
    Since the kids are grown up, I only put up selected items, because all you put up you need to put back again… lol. Plus due to the energy crises, we have hung outside only one single illuminated decoration.

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  2. Normally I do, but I’m still recovering from my injury, and decorating requires a lot more energy than I have at the moment. I also have trouble getting up and down stairs, and as luck would have it, all the Christmas decorations are in the basement. They’ll just have to stay there until next Christmas, I guess.

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