Christmas eve!

Mom and I have been having a lovely christmas eve. We’ve been listening to Christmas songs and chatting.

I helped mom to wash her hair, she put a colour in her hair, and she needed me to hold the shower hose while she rinsed it off.

Then she did my waxing for me.

I took a nice long bubble bath which was amazing and now I feel great.

I decided to open the gift my cousin Carol sent me.

Carol is my cousin in the UK, she’s in her fifties but we are very close.

She sent me a charm neckalace to hang my phone on, some cozy socks with stars on them, some peppermint candy, some Ted Baker perfume, and body wash.

I’m spoiled!

We’re making hot wings, BBQ wings, and fries for dinner.

Its raining hard outside now, so its doubtful we’ll get snow for Christmas!

We’ve been having thunder and lightning also!

My sister said she’ll come for a visit this afternoon! I think we’ll exchange gifts!

Merry Christmas, everyone, I hope you all have a lovely Christmas eve!

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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