After getting up in the morning, I felt a bit weird, but I still managed to take my morning medicine, put on deodorant, wash my face and put lotion on it, and dress up in clean clothes.
Later my HoivaOnni worker came for the weekly appointment. I didn't bother with washing the dishes or ironing the laundry, I just knitted and complained.
After Soya left, I called my mother and asked her if I can come for a visit. She told me to meet her in the marketplace.
I went to see her, she bought two great yellow marigolds from the flower stall, and then two candy bars from the grocery shop.
We took a train to Helsinki, then a bus to the cemetary. Mom was going to plant the flowers on her parents' grave.
After that, we took the same bus back to the city center, and went to the department store to look for new clothes. Then we went to a cafe, mom had a cappuccino and I got a glass of orange juice. We also shared a cinnamon roll.
We took a bus to my parents' home, where I took a nap and drank some coffee.
Later the day I walked to my home, and did plenty of housework.
Mirette came for a sleepover. We were supposed to go grocery shopping, but she had forgotten her wallet at her own home, and we had to go there to pick it up.
We took a bus to Helsinki, then a subway to Mirette's home, and went to a shop that's open 24 hours a day, and bought two bags of frozen French fries and a jar of Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough ice cream.
We took a bus to a train station, and then a train back home. We ate the ice cream on our way there.
Once back at my place, I took my evening medicine and went to bed, truly exhausted.