Gift giving

I’m almost done Christmas shopping.

I feel very good about the gifts I’ve chosen for my family and friends.

Tomorrow, I just need to get two more gifts. One for my PA Trish, and one for John, the taxi driver who drives me on most of my trips.

I am buying Trish a box of lindor chocolates. I already bought her a scented candle.

I will buy John a tin of cookies, and I’ve already bought him a box of chocolates.

I’ve got most of the gifts for people wrapped now.

Frances will help me wrap John’s and Trish’s gifts.

I’m buying gift bags for the rest of the gifts.

I checked this morning to see if my cousin and uncles living in England got their cards, and they did.

That was a relief. There was money in the cards.

I need to give my neighbour her gift, but I probably won’t give it to her until next week.

I got her a gift voucher and a tin of cookies.

I love Christmas. I’ve been having fun listening to holiday music playlists on spotify.

I am hoping that everyone likes what I picked out for them.

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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