What is on my mind right now

Jot down the first thing that comes to your mind.

I’m thinking about the decorating I have to do in my house.

I want to do it next weekend!

My uncle, my mom’s brother, said he’d paint my living room, kitchen and hall for me.

I’m buying the pain this week.

I’m hoping that maybe he’ll be able to start on it next Saturday.

Next weekend is a long weekend here in Ireland, we have a bank holiday on the Monday.

I’m planning on staying home next weekend, that is if he can do the painting then for me.

I’m getting a 200 euro bonus top up payment this week, and so I am using that to buy paint, and to pay him for his time.

Its all go here!

And those are my thoughts at almost midnight on this Saturday!

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.

4 thoughts on “What is on my mind right now”

  1. Hi Carol, it’s Sunday morning here and I’m still recovering from my hectic week of hosting my Philadelphia cousins, now I’m preparing myself for our 5 day tour of Tasmania. There is so much to do before we go …firstly I have to take Frankie to my brothers in Ballarat, sleep at his place overnight, then get up at 4.00am and get an airport bus from Ballarat to Melbourne … haha … more fun and hectic times ahead for me …I haven’t even started packing yet!

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