7:30 AM start to my day

I woke up at 7:30 this morning, after only going to bed at 1 AM. I slept great when I finally did fall asleep. Only waking when I heard mom in the kitchen. I got up and had toast and coffee, and now I am reading blogs, and emails. I will be washing my hair soon. I’ll head back home today at around 2 PM. I am excited to see my taxi driver John, as he was in London to see a show this weekend, and I want to hear all about it. Mom is busy in the kitchen cooking our sunday lunch. On the menu today is ham, cabbage, peas and potatoes. I will book my taxi around noon, don’t want to book it too early. Its a nice morning here, its dry right now, but we’re supposed to have a 100 percent chance of rain later on this afternoon. Temps are supposed to plummet tonight, and up until Wednesday its meant to be extremely cold and we’re going to have lots of rain. I am going to stay at home until Thursday, then I will go to my parents house for saint patricks weekend. Not sure if we’re going out for saint patricks day, we might, it depends on the weather, and if my sister is available as she is our designated driver. She works in the morning on saint patricks day, I know that much. This week is kind of a quiet week. I have therapy tomorrow. My PA Trish also comes tomorrow. We’re making a stir fry for dinner tomorrow. Well I will make enough for 2 days. The rest of the week looks qiet, Frances will come on Tuesday and on Thursday, she isn’t working on saint Patricks day. I hope you all have a lovely Sunday, stay safe, and be well!

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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