At noon we went to the local supermarket to buy some treats, ice tea for Mirette, and iced coffee for me.
Later the day my mother called me and told me I can come over, she and my dad had been at the shops and now they were home.
I helped Mirette pack her stuff, and then we left at the same time. Mirette went home on a train, and I walked all the way to my parents’ home because of my promise to myself about starting to exercise more, and besides, the weather was lovely.
The ground was covered in this powdery snow, and the air was crisp and chilly, it made my cheeks glow.
Once at my parents’ home, dad didn’t say anything about my bald head, he just hugged me and stroked my back and my hair. I’m not actually completely bald, I have a very short crew cut.
I ate some cinnamon rolls and drank coffee. I wrote into my diary and planned what to do next week.
Later the day I took a bus back home, because I wanted to conserve my energy to working out at the gym. And besides, it was getting bitterly cold.
I went to the shopping mall to look at stuff. Christmas is getting nearer and I should already have bought stuff.
Once back home, I sent my friends Emjuso and Mirette a text message, asking them if they wanted to come along next Wednesday; I am going to Helsinki to see the new Tim Burton movie Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children, and then I will go thrift store prowlin’, and then I will go look at the Christmas decorations and lights on the main streets. Here’s to hoping they will be able to come along as well.
I packed my gym clothes, and left.
Once at the gym, I walked on the treadmill for fifteen minutes, and then I used every single one of the exercise machines.
I went back home and washed my gym clothes.
Tomorrow I am going to the Pearl House, a hangout for mentally ill people.