My morning was productive

I’ve had a productive morning! Frances was here, she got lots done, and she also made me breakfast.

I had bacon and toast.

The bacon was so good! It was thick slices that were very juicy!

I slept badly last night. I was dozing on and off but I didn’t get restful sleep.

I didn’t end up having therapy yesterday. Eileen was sick. She texted me saying that she felt too sick to go to work.

I told her to take it easy, and to feel better soon.

She’s hardly ever sick, and when she is, it has to be really bad before she cancels.

I got a lovely Christmas gift this morning. A friend gave me an amazon gift card. I am going to use it to buy some kindle books.

You know how much I love reading!

Mom is doing well since coming home from the hospital. She slept well last night.

She isn’t coughing up much mucus today either which is good.

Some of my packages came in the mail. I was hoping they would arrive.

More are coming tomorrow.

The pharmacy just delivered two weeks worth of my meds this afternoon. They are closed the week after Christmas, so that is why they delivered two weeks of meds now.

I had to ring about my injection though the Trevicta, my psych injection, because the GP never put it on my prescription, and I need it on January 4th, that is when I get my injection.

I think I will read a Christmas book for the next few days. I have a few to choose from.

No plans for the rest of the day, I will just relax, read, watch some movies, and rip music and movies to my PC.

The packages I got in the mail were CD’s and DVD’S.

I am an avid collector of music and movies.

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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