As I mentioned earlier, me and Mirette were having a sleepover at her home. I got up, took my morning medicine, and considering that I had slept in yesterday’s clothes, I didn’t have to dress up.
I washed Mirette’s dishes, and then I grabbed my suitcase and left.
I took a subway to Crossing, and then a bus to Mole Hill. I should probably have taken a subway to the city center, and then a train home, because I arrived home when my HoivaOnni worker, Soya was ringing my doorbell.
Once home, I quickly gobbled up the lingonberry porridge, and then we walked to the social office.
My social worker is a nice person. We agreed that the HoivaOnni service is going to be extended for 12 months from now on, and I might also get a voucher for recharging my travel card, and also some assistance for the bills that Beanie forgot to pay.
After the visit, me and Soya agreed to meet again on next Friday at two o’clock in the afternoon.
I took a train to Pole, and went to Pearl House, where Tiinu was waiting for me.
We had a good time, drinking coffee and eating treats, talking about stuff, and we agreed that I will visit Pearl House again next Monday afternoon, and me and Tiinu will go visit my home.
We left at the same time, and took a train to our respective homes. I met Elyseé on the train.
I called my mother and asked her if I can come over for the Friday visit, she said it’s alright.
Once in Martin Valley, I went to visit her. We had coffee and she gave me some advice on knitting.
I took a bus to Mole Hill, and went to visit Pinky. Elyseé was having a sleepover at her place.
We had treats and watched TV.
I went home, and had a nice, relaxed evening. I ate plenty of low- nutrient treats and surfed on the Internet.