I had planned to do a lot of housework, but in the end, I slept for most of the day and only got up to take my morning medicine, dress up, and make myself representable.
I knew I was supposed to take the carpet out to dust it, wash the dishes, swab the writing desk, dust and re- arrange my artefacts, take out the recycling, and dress my bed into clean linen, but I didn't feel like up to it.
As a millenial, I know that everything can be solved by taking a nap.
There was a real friggin' storm outside, the wind blew and it rained, I was scared of the natural forces and hoped that nothing bad would happen.
Later the day my ASPA worker Kaarina came over, we talked a bit and then we made a new appointment on next Monday.
I decided to go to Girls' House. I took the bus 411 to Helsinki, then the subway to Hakaniemi. I was glad that Girls' House was open.
I drank two cups of cocoa and scribbled into my diary. The Big Sisters asked me to take some free bread along, I took a package of flatbread (or "rieska" as they're called in Finnish).
I took the subway to Helsinki city center, and I wanted to take the train but it stopped on the tracks because an elderly gentleman had fallen down on the station, and the conductor went to help him.
The train was becoming overcrowded because more people came in, so I decided to get off and take the bus 411 to Myyrmäki.
Once home, I buttered the flatbread and ate it with milk, and I thought about buying peppermint tea on Wednesday when I receive money.
I didn't feel like doing the evening routines, I simply took my evening medicine about at half past seven o'clock in the evening, put on a clean nightie, and went to bed.
Tomorrow I will go see my mother, it's also another hair- washing day for me. I will also go to Myöhätuuli youth group to drink free cocoa and write into my diary.