TGIF I’m crazy about weekends!

This is my response to Paula’s TGIF post, a day late!

I’m so, so glad it’s the weekend!

I do love my weekends, it’s my down time!

I can relax, chill, do whatever I want whenever I want!

Yep, weekends are just awesome!

I read in Paula’s TGIF post about her idea to peeve for the whole month of April, and, I love that idea!

I probably won’t be participating in April A to Z this year. I can’t think of a topic, granted, I didn’t try too hard either to think up one.

We’ll see, I guess I will think some more on it.

Its midnight here now, and I should be asleep, but I’ve got blogs to read and catch up on!

Mom is sound asleep across the room from me she’s on the couch, I’m on the armchair, and she’s snoring softly.

And that, my friends is my TGIF post!

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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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