After getting up in the morning, I took my morning medicine, had a wash, dressed up, cooked porridge for breakfast, and while waiting for it to cool down, I did the face and neck muscle exercises.
After finishing the morning routines, I called my mother and asked her if I can come over to collect the weekly allowance. She said it's alright.
I walked to my parents' home. Once there, my mom was there, and my dad came home later.
I ate apricots, goat cheese, and cinnamon rolls. I drank coffee and orange juice.
Mom gave me the weekly allowance.
I decided to leave, I hugged and kissed both mom and dad goodbye.
I went to the nearest convenience store and recharged my travel card for two weeks, I also bought a Netflix gift card for myself.
I travelled east, and went to the bank. I withdrew the cash, and then I went to a stationery shop and bought two Frixion ink pens, and a pencil case in the shape of a kawaii orange juice can.
I travelled back home, and met my mother in the shopping mall.
I went to the supermarket and bought a box of coconut creme cookies, a cantaloupe melon, a can of milk, a box of porridge flakes, and a spray bottle of universal cleaning liquid.
There was a dear old gentleman playing electric guitar in the yard, I gave him some coins.
Once back home, I put everything to their rightful places and ate some cookies.
I was thinking of riding my bicycle to the Late Winds youth group, but it was raining. I grabbed the cantaloupe melon and stuffed it into my backpack.
I travelled to the hobby group, and gave everyone a slice of the melon.
We went to the nearest park together and played frisbee golf. There were tons of tiny frogs leaping this way and that.
Once back at Late Winds, we listened to a meditation programme on a cassette.
After the group, I walked a long way, sniffing the flowers on the way. I travelled back home, and went to the shopping mall and visited a few shops.
Once back home, I did all the evening routines.
I felt a bit unhappy; I ate some apricots and rye bread, and my blood sugar went so wibbly wobbly that I almost started bawling my lungs out.