Monday, May 25th: I will have a therapy appointment at two o'clock in the afternoon. I will go to the fitness center to work out at the gym, then to the swimming pool and sauna.
Tuesday, May 26th: My ASPA worker will visit me at one o'clock in the afternoon. I will ride my bicycle to Myöhätuuli, a hobby group in Pähkinärinne, it starts at four o'clock in the afternoon.
Wednesday, May 27th: My mother's name day! I will receive money, pay 20 euros as a partial payment to Suavecita, and the bank will charge me 11 euros as service fee. I will go to the bank as soon as it is opened to withdraw the money, then I will go grocery shopping.
Thursday, May 28th: I will go to the gym and swimming pool again.
Friday, May 29th: The summer break will start, so I don't have to bother myself with school anymore.
Saturday, May 30th: I will do housework, then I will go to my parents' home for a sleepover.
Sunday, May 31st: I will go back to my home after the sleepover, me and my mother haven't made any specific plans yet.
Last night, for some reason or other, I found it hard to fall asleep but at least I didn’t feel moody or depressed. I felt very cheerful and happy and content, I guess I was still a bit jazzy because I had had such a pleasant day. I spent time by doing some random odd jobs around my home, scrubbed my toilet bowl and rearranged my stuff.
I had to take tranquilizers, but when they didn’t work, I masturbated furiously and managed to relax myself enough to fall asleep.
I don’t remember what kind of dreams I had, but anyway, I got up about at half past nine o’clock in the morning. I’m very glad that my sleeping pattern has improved; I wake up early, get up early, and I don’t feel like a zombie.
I managed to do all the morning routines; I took my morning medicine, had a wash, exercised and stretched, dressed up into pretty clothes, and ate a healthy breakfast.
Today was the second and last day of World Village festival, I went there alone. I traveled to Helsinki on the bus 452, but I didn’t feel like staying long in the festival because the weather was a bit murky, it was all grey and dull and cold. All the stalls that sold different stuff were interesting, but not really my taste.
I decided to take the bus 474 to Vantaanpuisto, then walked to Martinlaakso station and traveled to Myyrmäki on the bus 55.
Once home, I did a great deal of housework; I washed three loads of laundry, vacuumed and mopped the floor, washed the dishes, swabbed the working desk and dusted my artifacts. I decided to change into another outfit, and also changed my socks because they had gotten wet when I walked on the damp floor that I had mopped.
Later the day when I started feeling bored again, I decided to go see my parents. First I called my mom and told hir I am coming over, then I rode my bicycle to Raappavuori.
Once in my parents’ place, I was all sweaty and out of breath and my heart thudded, but I felt energetic. Mom and dad were watching television, I wanted to make coffee but there wasn’t any milk left, and I cannot drink my coffee without milk and sugar. I volunteered to go down to the shops to buy a carton of milk, but I remembered that it was Pentecost today and all the shops were closed.
I sat on the rocking chair to scribble into my diary and watched TV with my parents. My mother told me that my father and my brother are going to travel to Tokyo next week, and we girls could do something fun together, like go to an amusement park. Mom also told me I could come for a sleepover during the weekend.
Later the day I rode my bicycle back to Myyrmäki. Once home, I washed another load of laundry, and then vacuumed and mopped the floor under the sofa- bed, working desk, my bed and nightstand.
As I was in a laundry- washing mood, I decided to wash my two coats (one for winter and another for early spring).
Right now my apartment is clean and fresh, I have taken my evening medicine and done the face muscle exercises. I’m feeling sweaty, so I might take a cold shower and brush my teeth, then do the foot exercise and go to bed.