Happy and content

I saw my mom and sister this morning. They came over for a quick visit after I got back from seeing Dr. Barry. My sister cleaned my yard for me, she is awesome, she always cleans the dog poop from the yard. I’m so grateful for her help. It was good to see my mom. They had to make it a quick visit, because they had to go pay bills, and my mom wanted to go spend her gift voucher that I got her for christmas. She got some cool stuff with the voucher. She was in good spirits when she was here. She had no trouble breathing, and even though she had her oxygen with her for when she was walking, she did not use it while she was in my house. She said she’d slept well last night, and she didn’t wake up feeling congested which was good news. They only stayed here for about 15 minutes, but after she used her gift voucher mom rang me to tell me what she’d bought. It was a 50 euro voucher, and I am glad she was able to buy so much with it. Oh, and she rang her GP this morning, to ask for another antibiotic and another course of steroids just in case she needs them. There was no problem, and the GP rang them into the pharmacy. Its six PM now and I am sitting on my recliner with my feet up and a soft fleece blanket wrapped around me. I am watching the six o’clock show, which is a chat show on our local tv channel that lasts for an hour. I am feeling really good. I am happy and content.

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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