Snacking at 1 AM

I got hungry around midnight, but I didn’t want to cook then, I figured it was late, and I am lazy. Lol. But then around 1 AM my stomach kept growling. So I said I’d better go get something to eat. I didn’t know what I wanted. So it was off to the kitchen to raid the freezer and see what sounded good. I decided to make sweet potato fries and chicken nuggets. They didn’t take long only about 20 minutes in th e oven. And I did enjoy them, and now my belly is full! But I can’t sleep! I had to go out to the recycling to throw some stuff out. I was a bit scared, because its the middle of the night, and dark, and wet and windy. But I did it, and I quickly came back inside again. Now I’m drinking a mug of tea. I’m going to read my book which I am loving, its called, no going home, and its by Toni Maguire. Doesn’t look like I’m going to be sleeping much tonight. First the rain kept me awake, then I got hungry, and now its 2 AM and I’ve had to turn on my heating again because I felt cold. Going to go sit on my recliner and snuggle under a blanket. Good night!

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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