I had crazy dreams and got up at nine o'clock in the morning. I decided that from now on I am going to rinse my hair with water every time I take a shower in the morning, except on gym days when I wash it with shampoo. That way my hair won't be too dirty or grubby; for some reason my hair gets greasy very often, the way it did when I was a teenager with a bad case of acne.
I wore my pink Dirndl dress and my grey shirt with black The Ramones logo, they go pretty well together.
About at midday I called my mom, asking them if it's okay that I come over, and they said it was fine.
I was thinking of riding my bicycle to Raappavuori, but my motivation was a bit low so I took a bus.
Once in my parents' home, I made coffee, ate cookies (they had sourcream & onion flavored saltines, and soft cookies with raspberry flavored jelly filling and chocolate cover), joked with my father and helped mom with housework.
I was sitting on my bed in my old room while my mom was surfing on the Internet with their and dad's shared laptop they keep in my old room.
I received a text message, when I saw that the sender was Veera, the Urbane Shaman, my heart leaped with joy. They called me a stargirl and asked about my summer, and told me they have a boy kitty named Luca. They also asked if I wanted to see them in Myyrmäki, we agreed to meet at quarter to two in the afternoon in the train station.
I took a bus to Myyrmäki, and met Veera in the train station. They had black hair, and looked gorgeous as usual. We went to Ärrä to buy ice cream, the treat was on Veera. The cashier was very nice to us.
We went to Mike's Diner, sat on the benches and ate our ice cream. I had picked an ice cream sandwich, mint flavored ice cream with a chocolate heart.
We talked about our lives, and then Veera asked me if I wanted to accompany them to Helsinki. I went along, we took the I train there and once in Helsinki, I went along with Veera while they recharged their travel card.
By then we parted and I hugged and kissed Veera, told them to take care.
I was thinking of going for a walk in the park next to the train station, but instead went to Hennes & Mauritz in Aleksanterinkatu to look for clothes. They had some cute ones in discount.
I realized I should be on my way home because my ASPA worker's substitute, whose name is also Veera, will come for a home visit today.
I could have taken the train because it's faster, but I took the bus 363 to Vantaankoski and then the bus 56K to Myyrmäki.
Veera number 2 was waiting for me by the picnic table, we went to my home.
We talked about things and stuff, and then Veera left, and I did a lot of housework; hoovered and mopped the floor from under the furniture, washed two loads of laundry, took out the garbage, and arranged my stuff. I also had to hoover the floor again, there was crumbs and dust and nail clippings.
Later the day I started feeling bored; it was too late to go to Helsinki, but also too early to start doing the evening routines, so I called my mom again and asked if I can come over again. They sounded surprisingly calm.
I still didn't feel like riding my bicycle, so I took the bus. It started raining heavily during the journey, while the sun was still shining.
Both mom and dad were home, dad was reading a Jan Guillou book and mom was reading a pamphlet they had gotten from this support group for parents with mentally ill children.
Mom asked me if I wanted to go for a journey tomorrow, me and mom and my brother could travel through the Ring Rail Line and go to Helsinki- Vantaa airport and visit Starbucks. I said yes, and I hope my brother will come along too. And I also hope the treat is on my mother.
I was thinking of walking home to get some exercise, but instead I walked to the Martinlaakso bus station and caught the bus 55 to Myyrmäki. I saw a rainbow in the horizon.
I visited Myyrmanni and went to the only shop still open, which was the department store Citymarket.
As I have mentioned before, I need to buy a new blanket and a pillow, and I was happy to see that they had Familon blankets and pillows that weren't too expensive. Of course they had cheaper brands, but they are usually of very poor quality and made with child labor, I prefer Finnish products.
I also noticed that they had lots of cute brassieres for sale, including a set of two wired cotton brassieres, one patterned and one single- colored, for a tenner! And fortunately in my size.
They also had pajama pants for sale, pink Minnie Mouses and bright red Daisy Ducks, when I was thinking which one to choose, I went for both.
I went back home, took my evening medicine, and followed two amazing peeps on Tumblr <3