Thursday morning update

I went to bed very early last night. I actually fell asleep on the couch at around 7 PM. So after waking up briefly at around 7:30 I went to bed and promptly fell into a deep sleep.

I did not wake again until 6 AM this morning.

Mom called me just after 7 AM. She’s sick again. Her oxygen levels keep going down to 92. She is caught for breath, and she spent most of last night on the couch.

She had an antibiotic and steroids which her GP gave her to have on standby, so she started those this morning.

Frances came at 9 and we’ve been having coffee and chatting. Now she’s gone to the store for me because I was craving Pepsi.

When she comes back she’ll do some housework. I will just sit on the recliner doing email while she works.

I made my grocery list for tomorrow. I’ve decided that I am going to take my time going around the store, so that I can check out what is on offer. The prices of food have gone through the roof so from now on I am going to only buy what is on offer at the store.

I need to save money where I can.

I don’t work today. I am glad. I need a day to just relax. I plan on spending the day chilling out, doing absolutely nothing.

Have a great day everyone!

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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