I woke up early, got up, took my morning medicine and first biotin supplement of the day. I got dressed, and didn’t bother with having a proper wash.
I received money today, so I went to the nearest ATM machine and withdrew cash.
I went to Arnold’s and bought a poppy seed- cheese bagel stuffed with cold- smoked salmon; I also bought a pink chocolate donut and a glass of lemonade. After finishing my brunch, I took a train to downtown.
On the train, a couple of dark- skinned women and a white man sat next to me. The man asked us if we knew that Jesus died for our sins, then he asked for our phone numbers.
I went to Pearl House, but I didn’t feel like staying there; the group I was supposed to attend was cancelled because of the low attendance.
I went to the Pearl café, there was some creepy old guy watching porn on the common computer. I talked about tattoos with this lovely woman, and the guy told me that I am not supposed to ruin my skin with tattoos because men would hate them, and God didn’t create me that way. I made a face and left.
I left and took a bus to downtown. Once there, I went to a department store and bought peeling cream for my face. I am also planning to buy stronger biotin, the one with 10,000 milligrams.
I met Mirette like we had agreed, and we went to the thrift store where I had had the clothes set aside. Once there, I paid for the clothes, and it used up most of my money. I still have a few tenners left for groceries, and I will receive more money on Sunday from my father.
I decided to head back home. Once there, I cut the price tags off the clothes and washed them along with other laundry. Some of the clothes need to be taken to the dressmaker, I will do it next week.
I did a little bit of this and that and then I went to the supermarket to buy some groceries. I was in a bad mood once again; I am not sure if it is the fact that I eat too little and my blood sugar gets low, or that I am simply mentally ill.
I went to my home yard to write into my diary, then I went back home. I have no energy to make a decent supper, so I guess I will just drink coffee all evening.
I took my evening medicine, re- arranged the dirty dishes, hung the laundry on the drying rack.
Tomorrow I will do the weekly housework; replace the towels, scrub the toilet bowl, take out the recycling. I will probably go visit a couple of museums.
On Sunday, if the weather is fine, I will walk to my parents’ home and back. My father will give me the weekly allowance. I will call my granny during the visit.
After the visit, I will travel to downtown and go to the thrift store to buy the curtains I had set aside.