I slept on the sofa- bed because I had hauled my mattress to the balcony over the night to have it aired.
Last night when I went to bed and stayed awake for a while, and I felt the kind of feeling that could be dubbed as "Intolerable nothingness". Everything felt so empty and useless.
I had a dream where me and my best friend Suavecita watched a movie named Harry Potter and the Kangaroo Princess
on television. It kind of reminded me of those rumors about the next Harry Potter book, Pillar of Strength
and Kettle of Nackledirk
. The aforementioned Princess was supposed to be Luna Lovegood.
In another dream I lived in my former apartment in Kitler hill, and a strange man broke in. Zie threw all my artifacts and postcards into the trash, I tried to shoo him out but zie didn't even budge, so I slashed his throat with a kitchen knife.
I also had an erotic nightmare about my new fictional husbando, Lobo from DC Comics
In the morning when I woke up, I had had enough of my weird ass dreams so I got up even if it was only half past nine o'clock.
I took my morning medicine, had a wash, dressed up, cooked a decent breakfast and took my vitamin supplements.
I decided to go back to bed and sleep until it was midday. When I slept, I saw the light illuminate the wall beside me even if it wasn't sunny outside, it was somehow a peculiar feeling.
I felt really hot and sweaty, even if my apartment wasn't too hot. I had opened the window to let some fresh air in.
I was in a really deep sleep, after getting up I recalled the health effects of naps
I managed to hoover and mop the floor of my apartment, the first thing to do was to pick up every single item lying on the floor and put them on my bed or the sofa- bed. It was funny, like playing Tetris.
Later the day I went to see my parents, I took the bus 43 to Martinlaakso and walked to Raappavuori, once in my parents' home mom was cooking salmon soup and dad was fiddling with hir iPad.
I had lunch and coffee with my parents, surfed on the Internet on their laptop, took a few photos, and when I finally decided to leave, mom gave me grocery money.
I took the bus 55 to Myyrmäki, went to the shopping mall and bought a plastic daisy bracelet (it's originally a hair accessory) from Hennes & Mauritz. Then I went to Citymarket and bought rye bread and bananas and some sweet treats.
Once back home, everything was alright. I just need to fetch the laundry from the drying room, wipe the writing desk and kitchen counter, scrub the bathroom, wash the dishes, stuff like that. I better get crankin'.