Sleep, sweet sleep

I slept great, when I finally went to bed. I did not go to bed until after 2 AM. But I slept solid for 5 hours. That is enough sleep for me. I feel well rested. We had heavy rain last night, it rained for most of the night, and its still raining now. Poor Frances is going to get soaked coming to work. I don’t know if she can get a ride to work, but if she gets here and her clothes are wet, she can dry them in my dryer and I’ll loan her something to ware. I just took my morning meds, and now I feel as if they are stuck in my chest, I mean I have that awful feeling like there is something caught there. Its horrible. I tried drinking some water to see if that will help. When Frances gets here I’m going to have her make me some sausages and toast for breakfast. I was going to have fried eggs and toast but then I decided I’d prefer sausages. We’ll also probably do a lot of chatting, and while Frances works on doing housework, we’ll chat. She’s going to be here for 2.5 hours. I just talked to my mom. She had to get up this morning at 3:30 because she got all congested. Its a good thing she went to bed at 9 PM last night, because she managed to get about six hours of sleep. She’s feeling a lot better now, and she managed to get the phlegm up too which is good. My cousin’s little boy Josh never came home from the hospital, he got worse, so they kept him in. He was vomiting, and he got diarrhoea too. They’ve sent samples off to the lab. Also he’s not eating or drinking anything, he’s still on IV fluids. Its a worrying time for my cousin. Please keep the prayers coming. Ok, I’m going to go make a coffee, and have a shower, catch you all later.

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.

6 thoughts on “Sleep, sweet sleep”

  1. Hi Carol, it a worry for you with your mum and your cousin’s little one I am still rooting for them. It’s a good job you’ve had a decent sleep that always helps.
    It will be nice to have a chat with Frances it’s a blessing that you have such friendly carers. Enjoy your coffee and have a good day! 💜

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