Tomorrows plan!

So my plan for tomorrow?

Well, in the morning, Frances will come. She’ll be here at 9 AM!

I am going to make eggs and toast for breakfast, that is if my stomach feels ok enough to eat.

Then we’ll do some housework. There is a lot that needs to be done. I need to change my sheets, put them on to wash, vacuum, mop the floors, do dishes, empty bins, etc. etc.

After all that, I need to get Frances to wrap a package for me that I need her to mail to the UK.

Hopefully she can mail it after she leaves my house.

When she leaves, I have to work for a few hours on friendly call. I was supposed to work today, but when I got home from therapy I felt too exhausted to work.

After work, my plan is to just relax, hopefully I can finish my current book, and hopefully I can catch up on some emails.

Then I want to phone my friend pat because I haven’t talked to him in 2 weeks.

The weather is supposed to be sunny tomorrow, with a high of 15 degrees Celsius.

So maybe I can get out for a walk in the morning also if Frances has time to take me.

We’ll see.

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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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