Like I need this?

I think I’m coming down with another cold. I hope I’m wrong, but it sure doesn’t feel like it. I am sniffling and coughing and sneezing, I’ve no runny nose, but its either allergies from all the dusting I did this morning, or a cold. I hope its allergies. I am taking a lemsip just in case. There is paracetamol in that. I’ve been on the recliner all afternoon catching up on a show on TV. I also read for an hour. After I type this I’m going to read some more, and maybe take a short nap. Well, I’ll hope I can take a nap. I missed my CPN Sarah’s call so we were texting back and forth trying to rearrange it. We finally got it figured out. She’ll be phoning me next Tuesday afternoon at 4:30. It was the first time I’d ever missed a call from her. I totally forgot about it. I could not remember when she said she was phoning. I swear my mind is miles away today. Anyway. Off to get stuck in my book now, 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.

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