I had to get up early, take my morning medicine and get dressed. I went to see my mother under the station bridge.
We traveled downtown and went to an art museum that I have never visited before, but I would have loved this art exhibition as a teenager! It was made by a Finnish female artist whose name I don't remember, and it included, well, I am not sure if they are called sculptures or installations, but they were made from old- fashioned everyday objects and such. There were a pair of shoes filled with pearls, and such.
After the art show, I noticed that I had a white- headed pimple the size of Jupiter on my chin, near the lower edge of my lower lip. I made the resolution to pop it as soon as I get home.
We went to a coffee house where mom bought us coffees and we shared a blueberry bun.
We took the same train back to our respective homes, once there I went back to bed to sleep off the sleep debt but didn't stay asleep too long.
I washed three loads of laundry, and decided to take them to the drying room in the evening. I went to the shopping mall and bought eight packages of paper tissues from the local eco- shop, and also an iced coffee from the coffee shop.
I went to the youth group in the evening, I had a good time there. I ate popcorn and drank cocoa.
I stayed until the evening prayers, and talked a bit with the youth worker.
I went back home, and still didn't feel like taking the laundry downstairs to the drying room.
I felt sleepy and bummed out. I felt so sleepy that I didn't feel like changing into my nighties and going to sleep.
Later that evening, I managed to go to sleep. I hoped I would feel better tomorrow.
Tomorrow I will receive the weekly allowance, I need to recharge my travel card and buy a ticket to the movie Cats.
I will go downtown with Mirette to celebrate the Chinese New Year, after that we will go to the Red Cross youth group.
On Saturday, I will do the weekly housework.
On Sunday, I will go see my friend in a hospital and then I will go see my parents. My father will give me the weekly allowance, and I will call my granny.