I came home from grandmother’s. The Greyhound bus from Kangaskhan to Helsinki left at half past seven o’clock in the morning (07:30 a.m.). I had set my alarm clock to ring an hour earlier, snoozed for ten minutes, and then I got up, dressed up, had breakfast, and packed the rest of my stuff.
Grandmother gave me fifteen euros and some food, like a box of crispbread, half of a watermelon, and a jar of homemade raspberry jam. Zie also apologized for complaining (zie had told me that the itchy rash on my ankles is because I wear biker boots in summer) and told me I am free to do whatever I want. I forgave hir, hugged hir and then I left.
I took a nap on my way to Helsinki, I tried to sleep in a comfortable position so my spine wouldn’t be more crooked than it already is.
Once in Helsinki, I visited K- Market in Kamppi shopping center to buy two bars of Marabou Japp chocolate, then I walked to the train station, and took a train to Mole Hill.
Once home, I unpacked my luggage, drank a little iced coffee, read comics, and took a very impressive dump because of all the coffee I had drank gave me the squirts. I wondered how much poop you can fit into one person.
I went to the health center because I had a myriad of health problems; I had a small lump on the left side of my throat, I didn’t know if it was bad, like a cancer tumor, or something harmless like a simple swollen lymph node, I have had those in my life. I also wanted to be prescribed some sort of cortisone lotion if the corners of my mouth start chapping again, it has to be the kind of lotion that is covered by the national health insurance or otherwise I have to pay a pretty penny for it. And I also wanted to have a referral to allergy tests.
I waited until two o’clock in the afternoon (2:00 p.m.) and then I left. I went to the Big Mole shopping center, where I was supposed to meet my friend Mirette.
We were going to visit three museums. First the city museum in Stick City, there was an exhibition about the history of the Vantaa river and how it has affected the local culture and industry.
In the last room there was a lily pad- shaped table which I actually mistook as being butt- shaped; there was a stack of papers and a box of crayons, so we drew some stuff. I drew a picture of me and Mirette as cute little mamegoma seals, and gave it to the clerk as a gift.
We took a train to Helsinki and went to the Hakasalmi Villa, there was an exhibition about the history of music in Helsinki. Then we went to the National museum, but we didn’t stay long because it was going to be closed soon.
We went to K- Market in Eliel Square and bought some chocolate, and then we took the bus ¤”! to Troll Mountain, I was supposed to go see my mom because zie was going to give me the weekly allowance.
Then we took the bus %/¤ to Mole Hill and visited the shopping center. The clothing & accessory shop Gina Tricot is going to be closed for good so there is a huge discount sale.
I bought a pink shirt with red stripes at the collar, it kind of looks like the kind of shirt a tennis player would wear. I also bought a pair of fake leather pants, and a pink and purple scarf with a black leopard print, it reminds me of the glam punk style.
I noticed that they are going to open another of those Tiger shops next to the post office, I was happy about that because now I don’t have to go all the way to Helsinki to visit it.
We went over to my place to fetch my laptop, we were heading over to Mirette’s home.
Once there, we watched the beginning of the Rio Olympics.
I smelled like butt, so I took a shower, and then I went to bed.
I got up early in the morning to take my medicine, and almost immediately I went back to bed and slept till half past three o’clock in the afternoon.
I went home, and as soon as I got there I flopped on my sofa- bed and slept like a log. I wonder what is wrong with me since all I ever do is sleep.
In the evening I woke up, and felt strangely good, happy and content.
I went to see my parents, they were doing alright.
I went to visit Mirette, we had a good time.
I went to the gym but didn’t stay too long; I walked on the treadmill for ten minutes and then the soles of my feet started aching. I used the work- out machines until my muscles ached, and I could practically feel huge drops of sweat rolling into my butt crack.
Once back home, I noticed that I was having a Creepy Moment. I ate some sandwiches with a glass of milk and watched Deadpool on DVD, and washed two loads of laundry.