Chilling in my living room

I’m currently sitting in my living room on my recliner. I just had a lovely Chinese take away. I had shredded chili chicken, with fried rice. It was amazing!

I’m watching the voice kids now. The kids are so talented!

I had a phone check in with my therapist Eileen at 6:30.

We had a nice catch up. She still is sounding miserable. She says she’s almost better though but she sure doesn’t sound better!

I think I am going to stay up late tonight. I don’t have to do anything tomorrow, so I can pretty much go to bed whenever I want, as I can sleep in if I choose to.

I keep having to remind myself that its Tuesday. My days are all mixed up.

The house feels very warm and cozy.

I have had the heating on all afternoon, I just turned it off a few minutes ago.

Ok, off to watch the rest of the voice kids now, I am loving it!

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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