a pre birthday lunch

This afternoon, my sister invited mom and me out to her house for a pre birthday lunch for my birthday, which is next week!

We had a wonderful time!

She made toasted sandwiches, with ham, cheese, and red onion in them.

She also made fries, and a salad to go with the sandwiches.

All of the food was delicious! The dressing on the salad was one I hadn’t tasted before, and it was so good!

After our lunch we had cream cakes for dessert!

I had a chocolate eclair!

It was the nicest chocolate éclair I’d ever tasted!

We were all stuffed after that, but we decided to go to the park and take a walk.

We walked for about half an hour in the park, before she drove mom and me back to my parent’s house.

It was a lovely day, and I enjoyed myself immensely.

The best part was seeing Bailey, my sisters American bulldog!

She’s so cute!

Of course, when we got back to my parents house, Charlie went crazy sniffing us all over as if to say, where were you and who were you with!

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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