Slept well, morning update

I slept very well last night. I am at my parents’ house for the weekend.

I went to bed early and slept great.

Mom woke me at 5:45 this morning. She woke up and she was very congested, so she asked me to come sit with her for a bit.

So that is what I’ve been doing for the last hour.

She’s feeling a little better now, she’s managing to loosen the mucus a little.

My dad just got up, so I was able to come back in the bedroom and check my email.

Mom and me and my sister are meant to be going out later on this afternoon. We’re going for lunch and we’re having a look around a few shops.

I need to buy an outfit for my cousins wedding, she’s getting married in 3 weeks’ time.

Hopefully mom will improve as the morning goes on and we’ll be able to go out.

I need to wash my hair later on this morning as well.

Mental health wise I am feeling good. My mood is good. I’m not having any anxiety, and I am glad that I slept so well.

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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