If Pokémon were real, I would never collect them simply for the sake of collecting. I would keep them as my pets, I would never put them inside Pokéballs, I would feed and bathe and cuddle them.
I felt happier this morning, I had woken up early but decided to sleep later. There was a breathtakingly beautiful sunshine outside.
I felt a bit discontent with sleeping late, usually I wake up early feeling all hale and hearty and decide to get up early. But I don't feel like being unhappy because of it, as it was Saturday and I didn't have any special appointments.
I decided to get up before noon, and noticed that I had gotten my period. I fixed a sanitary pad into my panties when taking a pee, then I took my morning medicine, had a wash, dressed up, ate a breakfast, and started doing housework.
I scrubbed the toilet bowl and lifted every single item from the floor on my bed or the sofa- bed, then I hoovered and mopped the floor. I also opened the kitchen window and balcony door to let fresh air in.
I knew I could have finished housework in a matter of hours, but I felt the wanderlust rise again so I did the same thing every millenial does when facing trouble; I called my mom.
She didn't answer, so I called her later again. She didn't answer, so I called dad, he said he had been grocery shopping with mom, and gave his cellphone to mom.
I asked her if I can come over and if she can give me some grocery money, she sounded surprisingly calm and said it's okay.
I went to visit them, I took the bus 571 to Raappavuori. Once home, mom gave me 20 euros and a bowl of chocolate chip ice cream. She didn't say a word about my clothing.
I kissed mom and dad, told them to take care of each other, and then I walked to the old shopping center and visited Alepa. I bought two 3D cards depicting a cute unicorn, one for Pepita who was her birthday on Monday, and one for myself to put on my collage wall.
I took the bus 571 to Myyrmäki and visited Citymarket to buy a dozen eggs, six satsumas, and a block of cheese.
Once back home, I put the groceries to the fridge and ate a little snack.
Suavecita called me, we talked and laughed for about an hour and then I continued doing housework; I moved the furniture enough to hoover and mop the floor under it, scrubbed the bathroom and kitchen, aired my pillow and blanket on the balcony, and soon I have to put fresh sheets into my bed, wash the dishes, take the carpet out to dust it, and unclog the bathroom sink. I guess I'll do them tomorrow.
Today has been a good day, nothing bad has happened.