About at five o’clock in the morning, I took my morning medicine, and dressed up.
I logged in to my online bank account, and yes, I had received money.
I ordered two books from Amazon.co.uk, and couldn’t help noticing that the postage costs were far greater than the cost of the books itself.
I ordered the book Go M.A.D! (make a difference), which contains 365 simple ways to help environment, I borrowed that book from the library when I was a freshman in high school. It helped my life immensely and made me even a better environmentalist.
I also ordered Marina Baker’s book Teenage Survival Guide: A book about life, love, and caring for the planet. I also read that book during my freshman year when I borrowed it from the library, it made me so happy. Even if I am not a teenager anymore, I still enjoy reading it.
I went back to bed fully clothed, and slept till eleven o’clock in the morning, simply to sleep off the sleep debt.
I got up when I received mail, I got the package I had ordered from Etsy.com last week; it was the 1990’s grunge ornament with a holographic picture of an eye. And what do you know, it was only an ornament, not a necklace like I had predicted. Then again, I could always mend it to a necklace, such as bore a hole into it and put a rawhide string into it, or buy one of those necklace bases and glue it into it.
Me and Mirette had made plans for today; we had to go to the bank to withdraw cash, visit Mirette’s home, go shopping and out to eat, go to movies…
We took a train to Helsinki, then a subway to Heart Cape, and went to Mirette’s home. We brought some old stuff there, grabbed some new stuff, and then we took a subway to East Center.
We went to the bank to withdraw cash, and then we went to Jungle Juice Bar. Mirette ordered a smoothie named Flamingo, I got an O.C which is orange- and carrot juice with a shot of ginger. It tasted good, and it sure is healthy.
We went to Hennes & Mauritz, BikBok, Gina Tricot, Glitter, and other shops.
We travelled to Pasture Cape on a subway, and went to the local thrift store. I bought a denim dress with embroidered pink and green flowers on the lapels, and a canvas belt for myself, and a gift for my grandmother; a small statue depicting a grandmother holding a child on her lap.
We went to the corner shop to buy something to drink, and then we took a subway to the city center and then a train to Mole Hill.
Once back at my home, I put everything to their rightful places, re- arranged my stuff, and planned to renovate my home; I need to replace the cupboards and drawers in my kitchen because they’re getting old and grubby and they’re in a very bad condition. Then again, the apartment house where I live in was built in the 1970’s, so it’s no wonder.
I might also get one of those simple plastic bathtubs, and get a new bathroom cabinet. I also need new furniture.
Tomorrow me and Mirette will go to Lappish Spring together, then we will go to movies to see Sing. In the evening I might go to the gym.