At parents house until tomorrow

I’m at my parents house until tomorrow. I wasn’t supposed to go this weekend, but mom needed me. So I am here now.

I feel kind of sick this morning. My stomach feels queasy.

I am not sure what is up with that.

I feel weak too. My arms and legs feel very weak.

I’m not going to do much today. I’m just going to relax.

My niece is here, because she did the darkness into light walk, to raise funds for suicide prevention.

She was up at 3:45 this morning, and she got back to my parents house at six am!

She’s asleep now. My dad calls her the princess, and he calls me the queen!

Its so funny!

Anyway she has taken over the room I normally sleep in, so I am back in the old bedroom where I slept when I had Nitro!

I’ll go back upstairs later when she gets up but that may not be until 1 Pm!

That is 15 year olds for ya!

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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