December 18th, 2016


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I haven’t updated for a while now, because I have been too busy sleeping and having Christmas angst and a kind of an identity crisis; am I a bitter, cynical nihilist, or a happy- go- lucky little pixie? I would like to be the latter, but I guess I am more the former.
At least I am not addicted to alcohol, tobacco, or drugs, even if I am somewhat of a bohemian.

On Wednesday evening, I took my evening medicine and four tranquillizers, and still didn’t get much sleep. I wandered around my home and rummaged through my cupboards, looking for useless stuff I could give away to charity.

On Thursday I was awake early enough, so I went to the health center to make an appointment for a routine check- up. I need to know why my skin itches all the time, why does my nose run all throughout the year, and why do I always feel sick in my stomach after eating a proper meal (not chocolate, ice cream, crisps, or other treats), can I get off my iced coffee addiction, and can the doctor prescribe me the liposome lotion that should help my itchy skin?

Today I felt a bit better because me and my best friend Suavecita had our mutual birthday party (Suavecita will be 28 years old on December 23rd, and I will be 28 years old on December 28th) and pre- Christmas party.

My friend Laufey arrived first, she brought a bag of pink and white marshmallows and a bag of candy.
Then Mirette arrived, and Laufey had to leave a bit early because she still had some last- minute shopping to do. Then Odessa came over, and then Eleclya and Suavecita arrived. They brought three carrier bags full of food; three bags of crisps, two boxes of chocolate, coffee grounds, pizza pasties, meringues, ginger snaps, brownies, Coca- Cola, milk, rye bread, bags of candy; and some of their old clothes they are going to give away. I got two dresses and an apron.

They both gave me presents; a pair of fluffy socks, a sheet of shiny penguin stickers, a honeycomb- shaped bar of soap, and a candle holder in the shape of a Christmassy house.

Later the day my friend Frieda arrived, we had a good time playing cards and taking photos and eating and drinking and talking and laughing and farting and listening to music.

I ate plenty of food and had to take a poop many times.

Suavecita and Eleclya went to a karaoke bar, me and Mirette surfed on the Internet on our respective laptops.

Suavecita, Eleclya, and Mirette stayed for the night. Tomorrow I am going to start my annual Christmas house- cleaning, go through every corner and nook with a fine- tooth comb.

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I stayed awake for most of the night because I was still jazzy and fizzy and hyper because of the fun day I had, and because I was waiting for Eleclya and Suavecita to come home from the karaoke bar. And because I wanted to update my journals.

Eleclya and Suavecita arrived a little before two o’clock in the morning, and apparently they had had a good time. We laughed a lot before going to sleep.
Mirette slept on my bed, Suavecita and Eleclya slept on the sofa- bed, and I slept on a mattress on the floor.

I woke up at seven o’clock in the morning and didn’t get much sleep anymore, and my back was aching from sleeping on the mattress.

It seems like it’s a part of my every- morning- routine when I flex my face and the scabs on the corners of my mouth open.

Soon we were all awake, I made some coffee, and the three of us sat on my mattress chitchatting and eating yesterday’s party food while Eleclya grumbled that she wanted to sleep. She complained about the brightness of my laptop screen hurting her eyes, and the noise of me tapping away on my laptop.

I opened the kitchen window because there were four people breathing the same air, and because I farted a lot after stuffing my face.

I played Pokémon: RED and managed to solve the mystery of Pokémon Tower in Lavender Town, caught a Cubone and a Gastly and a Snorlax, and raised my Blastoise to level 52.

Later the morning I took my morning medicine and had a wash and dressed into a stripy shirt and a pair of Care Bear pyjama pants.

I took out the trash, washed a load of laundry, towels and bed sheets. I took my mattress, pillow, and blanket to the balcony. I took the laundry downstairs to the drying room, and washed another load. I ironed half of the laundry.

Before midday when we were having coffee, I let out a so- called silent but deadly one, and Eleclya went completely nuts, waving her hand in front of her face and yelling at me furiously. I laughed out so loud that I almost peed my pants, and happy tears were streaming down my face.

Soon a problem occurred; we were out of milk, and we needed it for our coffee.
I was given some money and I went to the department store in the shopping mall to buy two cans of milk, two bottles of Cola, and two bottles of peach- flavoured ice tea.

When I came home, another problem occurred; the balcony door had locked up, fortunately no one was in the balcony. The other girls were panicking and screaming their heads off, I was the only calm one despite that it was my balcony door. I would call the janitor tomorrow.

Later the day Odessa came over, she brought her dog Kaapo along. We drank coffee and ate treats, I gave Odessa her birthday card. Later the day she left, then Eleclya left, and then Suavecita left. Mirette is going to stay for another night.

I washed laundry, and took out the recycling, and re- arranged my stuff.
I also called my grandmother, I am sending her a Christmas card next week.

In the evening me and Mirette visited the shopping mall, we bought some drinks from Starbucks and some eatables from the department store.

Once back home, we had a wonderful feast of mozzarella sticks and French fries.

Tomorrow I am calling the janitor to help me with the stuck balcony door, and I also need to take my home insurance bill to the social office, and do the rest of the housework.