Of course, it's nothing I should complain about. I have always wanted to get up early without feeling drowsy.
This morning I got up at half past five o'clock, took my morning medicine, had a wash, dressed up, and immediately went to Ärrä to buy coffee and chocolate.
I walked past a skating hall which also serves as a hang out for young people, I noticed there were lights on and customers and workers inside. I went inside to ask about it, a waiter told me that they had this special occasion when the hall is opened during the night. OK.
I went back home, and managed to wash two loads of laundry, iron clothes, rearrange my closet, scrub the bathroom.
I was supposed to have an appointment with my nurse at the psychiatric clinic at two o'clock in the afternoon. It was half past eleven o'clock in the morning, and I was feeling so bored that I felt like chewing on my toenails for shits 'n giggles.
I did the same thing every single millenial does when facing trouble. I called my mom.
It took a while before she answered, she told me she was riding her bicycle. I apologized for bothering her and asked if I can come over, she said it was okay.
I took the bus 574 to Raappavuori, mom was home. She said I looked nice.
We made coffee, mom cut an apple- jam doughnut into half and we ate them together.
After mom left, I used her laptop to surf on the Internet, and decided to use LiveJournal. I was so caught up on my active life on ElJay, but I still remembered the appointment with my nurse.
I caught the bus 335 to Myyrmäki, and went to the psychiatric clinic.
I had a hearty talk with my nurse Saija, even if I mostly just whined about my relationship with my mom, my delusions, my poor motivation towards school and work.
We made a new appointment on October 30th.
I went back home to use the Internet, and later the day I decided to go to Girls' House again.
Once in Hakaniemi, I learned that Girls' House was closed for the autumn break. Bollocks!
I headed back to downtown Helsinki, and sat on a stair step in the subway station, just to see how many junkies and Hare Khrisnas
I travelled back to Myyrmäki on a train, once back home I was feeling mania again. It took me three tranquillizers before I fell asleep.