Another awesome night of rest

I had another night of blissful sleep.

I woke up a few times, because my phone was going off, I forgot to turn it on to silent.

I was able to go right back to sleep which I was glad about.

My mom called me at 8 AM and I was just waking up when she called.

I quickly got up and showered and dressed, as my PA Frances was due to come at 9.

When Frances got here, we chatted for a while, had coffee, she made breakfast, and then she did some housework for me.

I got the house vacuumed, floors mopped, dishes and work surfaces cleaned, and some dusting done.

She took Nitro out for a walk around the block, but I didn’t go as I got too lazy.

I ended up sitting on the couch, and just as she was arriving back with Nitro, I was starting to doze.

I don’t have much going on the rest of the day, so it will be a relaxing day for me.

I am definitely going to do some reading, I really want to finish the book I am reading. I will also do some writing.

I hope everyone has a great day.

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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