I will go to the junior high school nearby to vote in the parliamentary elections. On my way there, I will mail all the Easter cards and a few other greeting cards as well.
My care worker will come for the weekly appointment at twenty minutes to three o’clock in the afternoon (2:40 pm), I will wash the dishes and iron the laundry during the visit. I also have to remember to give the worker an Easter card as well.
After the appointment, I will hoover the floor.
I will go to Girls’ House, and then to the Monday Evening group.
At some part of the day, I will do stretches, play the beta version of Free Rice until I have donated 1,000 grains of rice, and click all the donation buttons on Greater Good.
Tuesday, April 9th:
The first thing to do in the morning is to wash my hair and use the 12- step Korean skincare regiment, so I will look representable.
I will go visit my parents, so my mother can give me the weekly allowance. I will walk there and back.
I will buy a few greeting cards and postage stamps so I can “break” the money, and then I will go to Twinkle café. I will give Mella and Raija their own Easter cards, and I also have to remember to pay the voluntary buffet payment.
I won’t stay long, because I will go to a knitting & novel reading group in a library in the eastern part of the town.
At home, I will hoover the floor and wash the dishes, if there are any to be washed. Along with that, I will do the usual stretches and make the usual free donations.
Wednesday, April 10th:
I will go visit a priest in the local church at three o’clock in the afternoon. I will talk with her about my religious beliefs over a cup of coffee.
I will go to the natatorium and swim a few laps.
Once back home, I will do the same stuff; hoover the floor, wash the dishes if there are any, click all the donation buttons, and I will probably do the stretches before leaving to the natatorium.
Thursday, April 11th:
I will go to Horror Shop to give Perkele an Easter card, then I will go to my favorite dressmaker and give the workers an Easter card as well.
I will go to the youth group at the local church.
At some point of the day, I will hoover the floor, wash the dishes, make the donations, and do stretches.
Friday, April 12th:
I will receive the weekly allowance from my guardian of interest. The first thing to do is to order a ticket to the Helsinki Coffee Festival.
I will buy four pillows and blankets for my sleepover visitors, and the rest of the money will be spent on Easter party treats; chocolate eggs, marshmallow peeps, jelly beans, and something healthy like grapes, berries, vegan sour cream, dip powder, and cucumbers and carrots that I am going to slice and turn into dipsticks. I also have to buy Easter- themed paper cups and plates, and some decorations.
In the evening, I will go to the sauna.
Along with that, I will wash the dishes and hoover the floor, do stretches, and make the usual donations.
I also need to wash the pillows and blankets and take them to the drying room.
Saturday, April 13th:
I will host an Easter party in my home.
Before that, I will tidy up my apartment; hoover the floor and the sofa- bed, fetch the blankets and pillows from the drying room, take out the recycling, and set the serving table.
I have invited all my closest friends, and some of them will have a sleepover at my home.
Sunday, April 14th:
I will shave my armpits and my chin fluffs, and put on a face mask.
I will go to the Helsinki Coffee Festival with Mirette.
In the evening, I will go visit my parents and walk- push my bicycle there, so my dad can tune it up.
Once back home, I will wash the dishes and hoover the floor, do stretches, and do the daily donations.