Busy bees!

Me and Frances are busy bees this morning!

Frances got here at 9 and we had coffee and chatted for a bit. Frances had to vent, she had an issue with someone and she decided I’d be a good person to talk it out with.

I had breakfast, a bowl of cereal, but I over filled the bowl, typical me lol.

Then we got down to work. I had a load of dusting that needed to be done. I told Frances I’d help her so we went in the bedroom and made a start on it.

I took all of the stuff off from the back of my bed, and I took all of the stuff out of my bedside dresser.

There was so much dust! I knew there was a lot because my nose was bothering me, I couldn’t breathe properly and I was all stuffed up.

Anyway, its clean again now.

Now Frances is vacuuming and I am in the kitchen writing this.

I made my grocery list on my laptop this morning, so all I had to do was call it out to Frances, so that is done now also.

She’s also going to post my friend Gaby’s Christmas/birthday gift, it’ll be late, but I know she won’t mind!

And I gave her my sharp’s bucket, that I put my needles in after giving myself my Trulicity shot. My sharp’s bucket is full, so I need to hand it in to my GP’s surgery and they will give me a new one.

Frances said she needs to walk more, so she has offered to take Gaby’s gift, and my sharp’s bucket, and that is a great help to me.

So yeah, it’s all go here this morning!

I hope your all having a nice Thursday!

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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