Happy christmas, Frances!

I’ve had such a lovely morning with Frances.

We exchanged Christmas gifts.

She was totally surprised when I handed her a card, she opened it, saw the fifty dollar note, screamed, and then hugged me very hard.

It was priceless, and I wished I’d gotten it on video.

We laughed so hard.

She gave me a bottle of white musk body oil, it smells amazing, and white musk is one of my favourite scents.

I put some on right away!

She cooked bacon and toast for me, and we sat chatting as I ate, and she drank tea.

It was very special. I really do appreciate her, and I am glad I told her how much she means to me.

We are going to go to Starbucks in the morning, and I will treat her to a hot chocolate.

I will probably get a ginger bread latte!

The countdown is on now! Four days to Christmas!

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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