A morning ramble

I slept great last night. I had an early night, as I felt really tired. I ended up having a good afternoon with Trish, when she left, I watched tv for a little while, then I read for a bit, and then I just went to bed.

I woke up once during the night, around 3 AM, I was going to get up then, but I decided I would stay in bed, and I did manage to fall back to sleep until 7 AM when mom called me.

Now I am waiting for Frances to get here. We have a lot of cleaning to do this morning. It’s pretty cold this morning, so I turned on my heating. I’m still waiting for my electricity bill to come out, I’m dreading what it will be.

I don’t work today. So I have a pretty easy day. I had therapy yesterday, which was hard, I processed a lot and we talked about a lot of intense stuff. I will see Dr. Barry tomorrow.

Hoping you all have a good Tuesday.

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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