Brilliant new years day

I’ve had a really nice day with my parents. It was very quiet, just how I like it. I just relaxed, and I spent most of the afternoon on my computer, answering emails, and reading others blogs.

I had a lovely sunday lunch with my parents. Mom cooked a roast chicken, with roast potatoes, peas, mixed veg, mashed potatoes, gravy and yorkshire pudding. Then we had cream cakes for dessert. It was really yummy.

My parents watched the movie cleopatra, which was four hours long! I couldnt sit through a four hour movie.

I had a nice long soak in the bath, to destress, it was pure bliss. I spent ages in there, just allowing the warm water to relax me.

Mom and I talked to my sister, who was struggling with a bad hangover, from last night. She drank a whole bottle of wine to herself last night, she rang in the new year with her partner, his sisters, and all of their kids.

My niece sent us videos and photos of the fireworks that they let off at midnight.

Now its 7:30 and I am about to snuggle down under my quilt for an hour or two to read, I will just make a mug of hot chocolate first, before doing that.

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.

4 thoughts on “Brilliant new years day”

  1. That sounds like a perfect relaxing day, and with such a lovely meal cooked by your Mom. So nice to be so well looked after. I hope your sister recovers soon. Sleep well Carol Anne. đź’¤

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