I had dreams about the aforementioned show, and I also had a few nightmares of the Weeping Angels from Doctor Who.
I woke up in the small hours to the sound of heavy raindrops pelting against my windows, and the sound of thunder rumbling, and lightning flashing. I was happy that it rained for a while, the nature is going to cheer.
I slept well, and had to get up early when I noticed that I got my period; I fixed a pad into my Sloggis and went back to sleep, and woke up with a start when my mobile phone rang; it was Juulia from ASPA, asking me if I am coming to the hobby group today; we were going for a walk to Vantaankoski, and zie wanted to know if I am still coming because the weather was a bit bad. I assured hir I am coming. I didn’t get any more sleep, so I got up, it was probably half past ten o’clock and I was already bored to tears.
I didn’t bother with the morning routines, I just put on some clothes and took my morning medicine, and then called my mom to tell her I am coming over. She sounded surprisingly happy about it.
I took a bus to my parents’ home, mom was just about to go grocery shopping and while she was away, I washed my hair.
We made Greek salad together, and I ate the last slice of the blueberry pie with coffee. She had also bought chocolate muffins.
Later the day I walked to the Vantaankoski train station, where Juulia and the others, three women older than me, were waiting. We walked to Vantaankoski, talking and laughing, walked through the forest eating raspberries and swooning at the flowers. It was fun.
I took a bus back to my parents’ home, mom was cooking dinner and after we had eaten and mom had taken a short nap, we took a bus to Myyrmäki and went to Citymarket to buy me a saucepan with a lid.
Once back home, I spent the rest of the evening watching American Horror Story: Coven late into the night.