Good morning world!

Well, 6:30 and I am up.
I fell asleep reading blogs! I fell asleep on my recliner.
I eventually woke up, and went to bed.
I think it was midnight then. So I got a good 6 and a half hours of good uninterrupted sleep!
I am very pleased with that!
No plans today. Its going to be another chill out day.
I am still waiting on some packages which are supposed to arrive from the UK, but so far, there is no sign of them. However I know royal mail are still on strike so who knows when they’ll show up.
Its raining here this morning, but its only light rain. I had to go outside to throw stuff in the recycling, and it was drizzling. Nitro has been out too, and had his breakfast also.
It so doesnt feel like Wednesday to me!
Well, have a good day everyone, stay safe!

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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