16th September 2019

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What a nice day!

I spent the entirety of yesterday evening washing laundry, it took a long time because even when I use the program that only takes half of the time, it still takes about an hour and 45 minutes, boo yah. I still managed to wash plenty of laundry, and I was supposed to take it downstairs to the common drying room; but I was feeling so psychotic and anxious that I almost wobbled on my feet.
I took one Oxamin pill and called a helpline; we discussed the problem and agreed that I should try just turning off the lights and lying down on my bed. If the problem persists, I should visit the psychiatric clinic tomorrow, and if it worsens, go to the emergency room.
I took a depression shower, it made me feel slightly better.
I slept pretty well and had dreams that were nice enough, even if I don’t remember what they were about.

I got up about at ten o’clock in the morning, took my morning medicine and biotin supplement, got dressed, and went to visit the grocery shop to buy some oat milk. I also mailed a hand- written letter and a name- day card to my friends.

Once back home, I took the laundry that had been sitting in the laundry basket to the drying room downstairs. I made some cocoa, then I took a shower and washed my hair and armpits. I put on deodorant and basic lotion. I got dressed into the same clothes I had been wearing, and also put on a necklace.

I did some stretches, and then I started washing the dirty dishes before my care worker came for the weekly appointment. I washed the rest of the dishes, and then Mirette came over to pick up some of the baking paper she had left.

Me and my worker agreed to have next week’s appointment on Monday at 1:30 pm. We left at the same time; I went to the library to pick up my requests and make the daily donations on one laptop and one tablet. All of the computers were taken.

I went to see my friend Pinky, we met at the shopping mall like we had agreed. First we went to a grocery shop to buy a bar of chocolate, and some lactose- free milk for coffee, and then we went over to her place.
We ate chocolate and chili nuts and drank cocoa and coffee. We both took a nap, me on her sofa and she on her bed. I fell into deep slumber, but when I woke up, I felt refreshed and cheerful.
Pinky gave me an inflatable tub for foot baths, and we talked a bit about stuff and then I left.

I went to the pharmacy and picked up a new batch of my anti- depressants, and I also ordered two packages of my anti- psychotic medicine.
On my way back home, I went to the supermarket and bought my favorite drink; a box of grape- flavored juice that donates 10 cents to the protection of seals.

I went back home and noticed that Mirette had taken the carton and plastic waste to recycling before she had left. Thank you so much!
I put all the stuffs to their rightful places and the trash to recycling, scrubbed the toilet bowl and wash basin, bagged the biological waste, clipped my nails, and wiped the worst stains off the kitchen floor.
In the evening, I took my medicine and sprayed Nasonex into both of my nostrils. I renewed a few medicine prescriptions online, sent a few text messages, and then I cleaned my teeth.

In the evening, after going to bed, I watched some 1980's - 1990's cartoon intros on YouTube, trying to recall my childhood memories. I also played FreeRice until I had donated 1000 grains of rice.

Today was such a nice day! Even the delusions were nice to me.

Tomorrow I need to call the health center to make an appointment for a mammogram.
I’m going to take a bag of useless stuff to a charity shop container, and then go to the library to return a book and use a laptop and a tablet and as many computers as I can to click all the free daily donation buttons on the Greater Good website.
If the weather is fine, I will walk to my parents’ home and go see my mother; she will give me the weekly allowance.
I will go to Twinkle café, and then I will go see the movie “It: Chapter Two”. After the movie, I will buy a birthday card and a “Welcome to your new home!” card to my friends, and proper postage stamps for them.
I will also do the daily stretches, play FreeRice until I have donated 1000 grains, and wash the dishes. I will do that every day of the week.

On Wednesday, I need to fetch the laundry from downstairs; the cleaners will come to tidy up the drying room on Thursday morning. Out of respect, I want the room to be empty so they can do their work in peace.
I will go to the library for the usual charitable business, then to the pharmacy to pick up more of my prescribed medicine, and then to the Fountain House so I can be motivated to iron the huge pile of laundry.
In the evening, I will go to another library to a knitting & novel reading group.

On Thursday, I will go to a knitting & novel reading group in the local library and do the usual charitable business there. In the evening, I will go to the youth group at the church.

On Friday, I will receive the weekly allowance from my guardian of interest. The first thing to do is to go to the library for the usual charitable business, and also to pay my library fees.
Then I will go visit my parents so that my mother can give me the monthly allowance. I will recharge my travel card and pay the local dressmaker for the mending of my clothes.
Me, Eleclya, and Mirette will go to a science center together. After that, they will accompany me to a tattoo & piercing parlor and get a new piercing ring fitted into my right ear.
Then I will go shopping; I need to buy a bigger Dosett and proper bag for it; three brassieres and fourteen underpants; a Zero Waste shaving blade; all of the next month’s birthday cards, name- day cards, and proper postage stamps for them; and the basic groceries.

On Saturday, I will do the weekly housework; I need to change the towels, scrub the toilet bowl, and take out the recycling. After that, I will go to the library for the usual business.
In the afternoon, I will go to the amusement park and buy myself a ticket that allows me to go on all rides.

On Sunday, I will go visit the library for the usual reasons before I visit my parents. My father will give me the weekly allowance, and I will call my granny.