I got up at eleven o’clock in the morning (11:00 am) and took my meds. I decided not to brush my teeth because I didn’t want to leave my flu bugs into my toothbrush.
I put on the first thing I found in my closet, a pair of pyjama pants and a stripy shirt.
I almost forgot to check the balance of my bank account in the online bank service; I had received 216 euros, and paid for my Spotify Premium subscription.
I went to the health center in order to give a blood sample, but there were 50 people before me, so I decided to go later.
I took a train to Hell City and went to the nearest bank to withdraw money. What do you know, there was only one customer before me.
I withdrew all the money, and took a train back home.
I went to the dressmaker and paid for the mended clothes, then I went to the pharmacy and purchased two batches of my mood stabilizer, and a tube of anti- eczema lotion, they were both prescribed medicine.
I went to Cubus and bought the pyjama pants I had set aside yesterday.
I also went to the supermarket and bought a week’s worth of groceries.
Once back home, I put the groceries into the fridge, and dealt the pills into both of my Dosetts.
I received two letters in the mail; a phone bill, and a bonus coupon from the stationery shop.
I went to the library to return a stack of books and DVDs, and then to the stationery shop to buy ten magic ink pens; two purple ones, two black ones, two green ones, two blue ones, and two light blue ones; I purchased them with my coupon. Then I went to the social office to drop off two bills.
I took a train to Hell City, where I met Mirette. We went to the movie theater and bought two Premium tickets to the movie Moana, or Vaiana, as it is called in Finnish. It was a 2D version with Finnish dubbing.
The movie was awesome, it ended happily, and we left the movie theater in high spirits.
We went to Fiorella to buy a pencil case for Mirette, and then we took a subway to Heart Cape and went to the supermarket to buy groceries.
Once at Mirette’s home, we had supper, and Mirette recharged her camera battery.
We took a subway to Crossing, then the bus %&= to Mole Hill, and went to the supermarket to buy more groceries. I stocked up on hygiene products.
Once at home, we had some treats and went to bed at midnight.
Tomorrow me and Mirette will go to this winter break happening for young adults, it’s held in Hell City.
Now that I reflect the happenings of today, I am proud of myself since I accomplished so much. But then again, becoming an adult is when you realise that 200 euros isn’t that much of money. And when you realize that a thousand euros isn’t that much to earn, but it’s more to owe.