Mii- Mii the ever- loving 🌼💗‿💗🌼 (kattidya) wrote,
Mii- Mii the ever- loving 🌼💗‿💗🌼

On Saturday, I went to see my parents; my mom gave me 60 euros in advance; it was her weekly allowance, dad’s weekly allowance, and a little extra. I bought soy milk, toilet paper, paper tissues, and the rest of the money was spent on nail care products. Now I have remorse for wasting my money, but at least I bought something useful like soy milk and paper products.

Sometimes I actually believe that I might have a compulsive spending habit.

On Sunday, I went to a free music festival with Mirette, Odessa, Eleclya, Jazz, and Perry. We all had a good time; we sang “Hey Jude” and “Yuri Gagarin” together.

Last night I had a dream where I was hanging out on a bright winter morning at downtown. It was a nice dream.
I found myself thinking that I should probably get up and get going to the Fountain House, but I didn’t get up until half past noon; I was having such nice dreams. I took my morning medicine, freshened up and got dressed.

I took a train to Eleclya’s hometown and went to Fountain House. Odessa was there, she goes there as well.
The counselors didn’t seem to mind that I had arrived late.
I joined Fountain House as a member and got a member card, and had a piece of salmon pie and two mugs of cocoa at the café. I also took the second biotin supplement of the day.

Later that day, I took a bus and a subway to the city center. I called the parish worker on the way there and asked him if I can visit him tomorrow to ask for a food coupon, he said yes. We agreed to meet tomorrow at half past one o’clock in the morning.
The museum I was supposed to go was closed, so I went to a few clothing shops but that’s when my delusions kicked in and I almost got an anxiety attack. I quickly headed out and went to the train station.

On the station square, there was an old man preaching about God and Jesus, and some drunkies arguing with him. On the train, there was an old man who kept on shouting how much he hates idiots.

Once back home, Mirette was there as well. She has to crash at my apartment for a while now that she was evicted from her home.

I washed a few loads of laundry, both mine and Mirette’s, and later that day we went to the supermarket because Mirette had to buy groceries. I went there to accompany her.

Once back home, I took three loads of laundry downstairs to the drying room. The carrier bag was very heavy, as wet clothes usually are.

Once back home, I took my evening medicine and the last biotin of the day. I put lotion on my skin; my ankles and shins have been especially itchy. I put on a clean nightie and went to bed with my laptop.

Tomorrow I will go to the lab to have my blood drawn, and then I will visit a parish to ask for a food coupon.
I will go to Twinkle café right away, and after that I will go to the grocery shop where the coupon is assigned and buy some food and hygiene products.

On Wednesday, my care worker will come for the weekly appointment. I will wash the dishes.
I might go visit a museum or two.

On Thursday, I will go visit two museums that I usually have planned to visit on Thursdays; the museum of natural science and a children’s museum. If the youth group at the local church is still open, I will go visit it.

On Friday, I will receive money. The first thing is to order a face muscle toner & trainer from an online shop; if it isn’t in discount anymore by then, I won’t order it. Instead, I will order some useful stuff from Etsy; a tube squeezer, a clothes brush, and a cute picture to tape on my wall.
It will be also my best friend Suavecita’s name- day, so I will take her to the café where Eleclya works and buy her whatever coffee she wants.
As for the rest of the money, I will buy food and hygiene products and go to the dressmaker to pay them for the job and bring them another two dresses to be mended.
In the evening, I will go to the sauna.

On Saturday, I will do the weekly housework; scrub the toilet bowl and take out the recycling. I might also visit a museum and go bicycling in the neighborhood.

On Sunday, I will go visit my parents. If it doesn’t rain, I will ride my bicycle there and back.
My parents will be home from their trip to Greece, and my dad will give me the weekly allowance. I will also call my granny.
Tags: eleclya, festivals, fountain house, groceries, jazz, many days, mirette, odessa, perry, real life, shopping
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