I got up, took my morning medicine and the first biotin supplement of the day. I took a shower and washed my hair and did the twelve- step Korean skincare regiment, and got dressed.
Later when everyone Mirette and Elysion were up as well, we went out. We went to the newsagent so Elysion could get a train ticket, and then took a train to downtown.
We went to a burger joint. I had received money today, so I bought two big portions of French fries.
After we were done lunching, we went to the stationery shop where I bought the last ten Easter cards that I am going to mail this year. I also bought Elysion and Mirette their respective Easter cards.
We went to the long- distance bus terminal to hang out. I wrote the receiver's and sender's addresses on the cards, and I didn't need to put postage stamps on them because they were those kind of cards that have their postage fees paid by a charitable company such as Red Cross.
I waited for Elysion's bus to arrive. After she left, I took a train back to my home town.
Once back home, my care worker came for the weekly appointment.
I gave her an Easter card as well. I started washing the huge load of dishes, and I managed to wash them all but I did a pretty shoddy job because I was distracted by my delusions.
I didn't bother with ironing the huge pile of laundry because the delusions I suffered during the dishes took away all of my energy. For the rest of the appointment, we just talked.
After the appointment, we left at the same time. I traveled to Girls' House, where I drank a few cups of cocoa and talked with Mirette and the other girls.
After that, I took a tram to another part of the town and went to the Monday Evening Group in the same premises where Twinkle cafe is held.
I had a good time, eating treats and chatting with the others.
After the group, I took a tram to downtown and then a bus back to my home town.
I went to the supermarket and bought some greeting cards.
Once back home, I took my evening medicine and the last biotin of the day, started working on the greeting cards, ate the rest of the Easter candy, took a depression shower, and washed a load of laundry.