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Monday, January 20, 2020

Desperately trying to get back to feeling like ME. The PTSD has really been kicking my butt again.

Went to dr. 2 weeks ago and got meds adjusted, hoping they would work quicker, but it's taking a while. I did finally feel like getting a few things done. I ordered a snowblower saturday, it got delivered a few minutes ago. And while I was waiting for the guys to unload it, I called and made arrangements for our mechanics at the auto shop to come get the tiny tank, thaw it out, and get it running. We will deal with the bills for those things later.

Court again in 2 weeks. My assailant is still in custody, as far as I've been told. Which does help my peace of mind...to a point.

The outlet for my microwave and toaster got broken, we aren't sure how. So I'm either doing without, or cleaning the kitchen to move them to the other side of the room, where the ONLY other grounded outlet for the WHOLE KITCHEN is. Who designs a kitchen with only 2 grounded outlets?? I would prefer 4 or 5!

But, it is what it is. I can turn off the main circuit and replace the outlet...once the car is up and running again...

I guess this is progress, I'm blogging and planning fixes, not just sitting and crying all day.

So, off to get what I can accomplished.

Have a good one, sparkies!

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    Are you renting your house Seni? That's something your landlord should be doing.
    I'm so glad that guy is still locked up. Hopefully he'll get sentenced to jail for awhile, he should after everything he's done.

    243 days ago
  • LINDAK25
    Yes, it’s progress! emoticon
    243 days ago
    Stay positive and keep on pushing.
    243 days ago
    Replacing the outlet should be pretty easy, but maybe using both things at the same time blows a circuit. PTSD is very difficult, stay positive.
    243 days ago
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