2 hours with Frances

Frances was covering Trish’s hours today for me. Trish is off for the week.

We had a great time for the 2 hours she was here.

We went out for a 30 minute walk, I needed the fresh air, as my therapy session this morning was exhausting.

We cleaned out my food cupboards.

And we cleaned my microwave.

We also did some dusting, and Frances did the dishes, and tidied up my bedroom.

The time just seemed to fly by.

I hadn’t eaten breakfast, so when she arrived I had toast with banana and peanut butter on it.

I also showed her some of my photo albums. They were photos of me on stage, in some shows as a teen.

She said I looked way younger than my age, and she also said I looked very thin in the photos.

I think I’m going to bring those photo albums in to show Eileen next time I see her.

Anyway, Frances left at 2 PM! And I am relaxing now.

I am ripping some CD’s. I finally received a package of CD’s that I’d been waiting 8 weeks for.

I was glad they finally came. I thought someone had stolen them.

I will be seeing Frances again tomorrow morning. I have more housework to do then.

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.

2 thoughts on “2 hours with Frances”

  1. I’m so happy Frances was able to cover for Trish. It sounds like you had a productive yet good time. Mmm, toast with banana and peanut butter on it!


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