What’s been on my calendar in February, 2023?

Not much!

February has been a pretty good month for me, but I haven’t done anything out of the ordinary.

I had a day out with my mom and my sister, we had lunch out which was nice.

Mom has been doing a lot better, her COPD is relatively stable.

We are all so relieved! She had a lung infection in February, but she took antibiotics and steroids which helped to get rid of it.

I had some health scares, with high blood sugar, heart flutters, and I had to get these checked out.

I’m still awaiting my results of my blood work.

My heart is fine, though.

I read a lot but I’m stuck on one book, which I’ve been slowly going through, its called, no going home.

It’s a really sad book, there is a lot of stuff in it that was triggering to me.

There is a lot of child abuse in the story, but it is a good story none the less.

I watched some good TV shows, the one I watched this week that was inspiring to me was life on the streets.

This was an Irish show, about homeless people, it told their stories.

It was so inspirational!

In February, I cut down my work hours, and am now working 3 days a week, which is a lot better for me.

My mental health has been good, mostly, I’ve had a few blips.

I also lost my beloved dog Nitro in February, he died on February 8th.

I can’t believe today marks 3 weeks since his death.

Overall February was a mixed month, I am hoping March will be better, it is the start of spring, and I love spring.

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.

4 thoughts on “What’s been on my calendar in February, 2023?”

  1. Thanks for joining us for WBOYC Carol, I’m sorry to hear about your dog and can imagine you will be grieving for a while to come. Take care and I hope March is a better month for you.

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