Tuesday morning ramble!

I slept great last night. After Trish left at 5 I went to bed. I wasn’t planning on sleeping all evening but it just happened, so I let it happen.

I was feeling very tired. After therapy yesterday, I felt drained.

We talked a lot in therapy about my mom, and it helped a lot to talk it all out.

We also practiced breathing, and talked about self care.

Eileen said its very important that I look after myself, so I don’t get unwell.

I agreed. I know I need to do more self care things.

Frances is here right now. Right now she’s doing housework.

I asked her to post a letter for me today, its Christmas cards for my cousin in England, but there is money in one, so I need her to register the envelope.

I wrapped some gifts for my neighbour, and wrote out her Christmas card.

The awards ceremony for friendly call is tonight, and I am looking forward to it.

I don’t have anything planned for the rest of the day after Frances leaves.

I will just relax, read, listen to music, etc.

I’m being picked up at 6:15 PM to go to the awards ceremony.

It starts at 7 Pm!

I hope everyone has a nice Tuesday.

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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