Friday plans

It’s going on for 5 AM! I haven’t slept at all tonight!

I tried, but well, it just wasn’t happening for me.

So I read, I listened to a talk show, and I watched some TV.

I cooked potato waffles at midnight, because I was absolutely starving. They were so good.

I am going to shower and get dressed to start my day soon.

I have to go grocery shopping this morning. I am meeting my PA Frances at 9 AM.

I don’t have to buy a lot, so we should be in and out of the store in 20 minutes.

I’ll be going to my parents’ house for the weekend.

Mom is making beef stew for dinner today, which I am looking forward too! Mom’s stew is to die for!

Then tomorrow we’ll have a steak dinner, steak, baby potatoes, fried onions, fried peppers, and that is one of my favorite meals.

Other than that, no plans this weekend, other than reading, blogs, email, and books!

I hope everyone has a nice weekend. Hopefully you can relax, and rest a little.

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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