4 hours

I got 4 hours of sleep. I didn’t go to bed until 4 AM! I was reading, and I lost track of time. One minute it was 1 AM and I was saying to myself I’ll put my book down in half an hour, the next, it was 4 AM! I was awake and up again at 8:15. Mom called me, she’d made some toast and she cut up some fruit for me to have also. I need to wash my hair this morning. Mom has also asked me to hold the shower head for her while she washes hers. Despite only sleeping for 4 hours, I am buzzing this morning. I am feeling great. Maybe I wasn’t that tired. I did sleep for about 13 hours on Friday going into Saturday. My sister is coming over later on this afternoon. Mom and my sister are going shopping, I’m not going as I don’t want to look around clothes shops. I hate clothes shopping. So my sister will drop me home when they are on their way to the shopping mall. Today for Sunday lunch its bacon and cabbage, pease and mashed potatos. I am looking forward to it. Okay, I am off to make a cuppa and wash my hair, 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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