Long weekend!

Tomorrow starts a long weekend here! We have a new bank holiday this coming Monday, its new in our calendar. It is because of St. Brigit’s day being on the 1st of February!

I am heading to my parents’ house tomorrow and I will stay there until Monday afternoon.

My sister was saying if the weather stays nice we might go for a drive either on Saturday or Sunday afternoon, depending on when she’s free!

That will be nice, I will enjoy that. I love going out and seeing where we’ll end up.

We don’t plan, we just drive and see what happens!

Mom is going to make her famous stew, and we’ll have it on Sunday, its beef stew.

I have a couple of things to do to get prepared for my cousins wedding, which is next Thursday, we’ve been invited to all of it, the ceremony, meal, and after’s, but we’ll just go to the ceremony and the meal, and we will probably only stay for about an hour after we’ve eaten.

My sister is working the next day, and she’s our designated driver, so she’ll be driving mom and me back to mom’s house, and then she’ll have to drive home and it takes around 40 minutes to get from our parent’s house to her house.

Mom is going to do my hair this weekend, I’m having it colored, and cut.

So I’m pretty excited for the weekend, and I hope it will be a fun one.

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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