Can’t catch a break!

I’m so annoyed with myself for breaking my external CD rom drive. I am trying to put some money aside to save a little bit. I mean just in case anything breaks around the house, or in case god forbid anything should happen to Nitro. But I can’t catch a break! Every time I think I’m going to be able to put money aside, something happens and then I can’t! Now tomorrow I have to buy a new external CD rom drive. I do have one, for my mac, but it won’t work on my windows PC. And I don’t have the specific software on the mac for converting movies, and CD’S, so I cant just use the one I have. I’m so hoping the weather won’t be too bad in the morning, because I am going to walk to the store. Its only about a 15 minute walk from my house, and the exercise will do me good. I’m planning on exercising daily now anyway, so this is an opportunity to do just that. The CD rom drive is probably going to set me back at least 40 euro, then I am going to get a taxi home, because the walk home is all up hill, and I don’t think I can manage that yet. So its another 10 euro for a taxi back to my house. Its all money! But well, what choice do I have! Maybe the store I am going too will have a january sale, and the CD rom drive will be cheaper. Who knows.

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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