My afternoon!

My PA Trish came back to work this afternoon. Well actually, she’s back at work since last Thursday, but she only comes to me on Mondays, so her first day back with me was today.

We made a pasta bake. It turned out great. It wasn’t anything fancy, just pasta, chicken, peppers, garlic, and a pasta sauce from a jar, I was going to put mushrooms and onions in too, but I forgot to buy them.

Trish made way too much food, so I had to throw some out, because I didn’t want to have it again for dinner tomorrow.

After I’d eaten we sat chatting for a while. We chatted about dogs. Trish is a dog lover, and she has a British bulldog named Bailey!

We also chatted about Christmas and new year’s. We told each other what we got up to for the holidays.

Before she came I fell asleep sitting on my recliner, I was sitting playing on my phone, and I put it down, and before I knew it my eyes closed and I was asleep.

She knocked on my door but I didn’t hear her knocking.

I must have heard the knock a tiny bit, because I woke up, and it was 3:08 and she is supposed to be here at 3 PM.

So I ran out to the front door, and she was standing outside.

Other than Trish being here this afternoon, I haven’t done a lot today.

I did go to therapy this morning, and that was great. We had a very productive session.

I don’t have any plans for the rest of the evening. It’s been raining heavily today, but it cleared up at lunch time.

I did treat myself to some doughnuts from a doughnut shop. I got 3. One was a peanut butter one, one was an apple one, and one was a caramel one.

I had them with coffee at lunch time.

Well, I didn’t eat all 3, I ate just one.

It was 10 euro for 3 doughnuts, which I thought was very good value.

I’m going to make some coffee now, call my mom for a chat, and then read for a bit.

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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