#TGIF jabbering post

Its Friday, yay! I am so glad! I love the weekend! I don’t have plans for mine, but I still love that it is the weekend, I can relax, I can chill out.

I am at my parents house until Sunday afternoon.

My sister came over earlier, she was on a break in between clients, so she dropped in!

She brought me two photo frames, you can put six photos into each frame.

I am going to put some old photos into one of them, and I will put photos of Nitro into the other one.

My sister is coming back at 5:30. She’s picking mom up and they’ll go grocery shopping.

My plan for the next couple of hours is to read. I am trying to finish up a book at the moment, I have 2.5 hours of it left, so I am hopeful that I’ll finish it today.

Our weather is picking up again. It rained last night, but it is lovely today and it is even sunny.

I went for a hot chocolate with my PA Frances this morning, I also bought myself a slice of apple pie.

We also got my groceries, and that all took the best part of two hours.

It was a very productive morning.

I hope you all have a lovely weekend, and I hope you can spend some time doing something you enjoy!

TGIF ~ Home Sweet Home | Light Motifs II (wordpress.com)

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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