Sunday dawdles!

Are you a person who likes their life to be orderly with set routines and schedules or is that not an essential for you to worry about?I like a little routine, but not overly I mean, I don’t have set routines that I follow each day. Sometimes I just like to let the day come, and see what it brings.
Are you a natural people watcher and if so what do you enjoy about the experience?

Well I am blind, so no, but I do love listening to people’s conversations. I find that to be fascinating.

Do you think your online persona is very different from the one at home or are you exactly the same as you display yourself to your readers?

I would like to think that what I portray on my blog is the real me, I am real, I am honest, and I try to always tell the truth, I don’t fake it. I do use Carol Anne instead of my legal name, Carol Anne is an alter in our did system, but I think everyone knows my legal name is Shirley.

A Wild Aloha To You! – Earthly Comforts

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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