Not impressed with myself

I was watching a comedy special on TV and I kept dozing off.

One minute it was 10 PM and the next it was nearly 11 PM!

I missed almost all of the comedy special!

Then, I started watching a documentary on domestic abuse, I had wanted to see it last week but I missed it so I was catching up on what I missed.

Again, I slept through it.

I’m not impressed. Now that the shows I wanted to see are over I am wide awake.

Its 1:25 in the morning now. I think I’m going to read my book.

I was supposed to be seeing Eileen at 10 AM this morning, we were going to have a face to face session.

She texted me tonight to say she’s sick, but she would still like to do a zoom session in the morning.

So zoom it is!

Its our last session before Christmas!

I’m expecting some packages tomorrow too! I hope I’ll get them!

I don’t know whether Trish is coming back to work tomorrow or not. I suppose I’ll only know if she shows up.

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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