A restless night

I had a restless night. I tossed and turned all night.

I turned off my laptop at midnight, however I was having a hard time going to sleep, so I went on Facebook for a while.

At around 1 AM I turned in for the night, but I kept having thoughts about Nitro.

Then, when I finally did fall asleep, I dreamed about him.

I’m taking that as a sign that he’s happy.

I woke when mom came out to the kitchen at 6:30. I decided to get up and have a cup of tea with her.

Then she helped me to wash my hair, and I got dressed.

My uncle is going to be here at 8 AM. He’s painting all of the doors in the house today.

I will stay upstairs and out of the way.

I do feel a lot better this morning, despite the lack of sleep.

Things always look better during the day don’t they?

Thanks for all of the support when I was struggling last night. I truly appreciate it.

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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