In another dream, I was in the same shopping mall, and you could play a virtual reality version of the MMORPG game Overwatch.
I was already awake early in the morning, but I fell back asleep and woke up again when my smartphone alarm woke me up at six o’clock in the morning.
I got up, took my morning medicine, dressed up, had muesli and coffee for breakfast, and then went to the sofa to sleep. Fortunately granny said nothing about it, she just let me sleep.
She gave me 13 euros, and apologized for bossing me around. I said it’s alright, because all she meant was well.
I packed the rest of my stuff, and left at seven o’clock.
The sun had risen many hours ago, and the sunlight warmed my body.
I took an omnibus to Helsinki. The journey back there took as much as the journey to Kangaskhan, two hours and twenty minutes, but this time it felt shorter.
I tried to nap on my seat, but I couldn’t find a comfortable position.
Some guy drank four cans of beer, but he didn’t make any noise.
I woke up with a start after having a nightmare about tiny men.
Once in Helsinki, I went to the local supermarket and bought a bottle of freshly squeezed orange juice and a box of raspberries.
I took a bus back home, and went to the nearest supermarket to buy a big canister of milk and a box of blueberries.
Once back home, I sorted out my mail, unpacked my suitcase, and called my mother and asked her if I can come over. She said she was going grocery shopping, and told me that she will send me a text message when she’s back home.
Later, after receiving this text message, I decided to walk to my parents’ house as it was such a lovely weather.
Once there, mom answered the door. She gave me 30 euros.
Later the day I walked to the nearest train station and caught a train to east. I went to a bank to withdraw the rest of the cash from my account.
I took a bus to Helsinki, and bought the Big Issue magazine from a Romanian beggar. I asked her if I can hug her, she hugged me and we exchanged polite pecks on our cheeks.
There was a metalhead guy holding a pink unicorn plushie, he told me he was distributing free chocolates to people. He told me he is a freethinker and believes that you cannot prove that god exists, but you can prove that chocolate exists. I found his theory believable.
I went to a stand that was selling bubble tea and waffle cones, I bought watermelon bubble tea with blueberry bubbles.
I went to visit a few of my favorite clothing shops, and I almost jumped up and down when I noticed that Monki had pink longline zipper hoodies for sale, I bought one and put it on immediately.
I went to another Monki, there was a black t- shirt with a sunflower pattern but it was the last of its kind. I didn’t feel like spending every penny, so I just wished they would have them for sale next Tuesday.
I took a bus back home, talked to Soya on the phone, and then to Suavecita.
Once back in Mole Hill, I went to the supermarket to buy another box of blueberries, and went back home.
Once home, I spent the evening puttering around, listening to music on Spotify and on CDs, re- arranging my stuff.
After going to bed, I watched the cartoon movie Rock & Rule on YouTube. I was feeling a bit dizzy, so I took a warm shower. The water felt especially warm this time.