Daily Gratitude May 15th

1. I slept well last night, not sure if I will tonight, but I am glad I got good rest last night.

2. I was able to take a nap this afternoon before Trish came, so even though it is almost midnight now, and I am wide awake, I don’t feel too tired yet.

3. I had yummy stir fry for dinner.

4. Trish went to the store for me to get me a cream cake, because I was craving one.

5. I had therapy, and my session went really well.

6. The weather today was really beautiful. It was warm and sunny.

7. I have coffee, always a positive.

8. I am thankful for having no work today. I do work tomorrow though but I am glad I had the day off today.

9. I watched a TV show tonight called, inside the hospice…it was very sad, but watching it, I felt grateful to be alive, and relatively healthy.

10. I am thankful that I am able to write. I wrote a lot on my blog today, and I got a nice amount of comments, and views, thank you all so much, I really appreciate them all.

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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