Restful night and busy morning

I had a very restful night last night. I slept well. I went to bed at 8:30. I was just so exhausted.

I talked to my mom, and she was feeling relatively ok.

Then my aunt rang, so I talked to her for about 20 minutes before going to sleep.

I slept until 4:30 this morning, when Nitro woke me up to go out.

After letting him out and getting a drink I went back to bed, and I didn’t wake until 7:30.

Frances came at 9 AM. We did a lot of housework. And I had her go to the store for me.

We also made toast and bacon for breakfast.

Its 28 degrees F here this morning, thats minus 2 C.

Its pretty cold.

I put on my heating as soon as I got up. My house is now lovely and toasty warm.

I made my grocery list for tomorrow. I will meet Frances at 9 AM in the morning at the grocery store.

I won’t be spending the weekend at my parents house this weekend, I’ll be staying at home.

I’m still waiting on a few packages to come from eBay. The strike in royal mail is still going on so not sure when they’ll arrive.

I do hope they’ll come soon though!

I don’t have much going on for the rest of today. I am just going to relax. I am ripping movies, I will watch TV, read, and listen to music.

I put on some washing, so that will be done soon.

Have a great Thursday everyone!

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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