April 4th, 2021

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Last night I had even more weird dreams. When I woke up in the morning, I kept on scratching the dry, scaly skin on my knuckles until they bled. They get a bit inflamed because I have to wash my hands so much due to the coronavirus.

I got up, took my morning meds, and my mom cooked me oatmeal porridge. In my parents' home, all food tastes good.

I put lotion on my skin and got dressed. I hadn't brought my Deadpool shirt, the one I usually wear with this dress, because I couldn't find it from my cupboard.

I spent most of the day doing a little bit of this and that, and about at one o'clock in the afternoon, I kissed both of my parents bye - bye, and then I left and then I came back because I had forgotten my smartphone charger.

I took a bus back home and went to the shopping mall. It wasn't even two o'clock in the afternoon and I was already hale and hearty. I found it very weird because I am most likely, when sleeping at my own home, fast asleep at this time of the day.

I went to the stationery shop and bought greeting cards and postage stamps. Then I went to the supermarket and bought oat milk, toilet paper, even more greeting cards, and chocolate eggs.

I went back home, put everything to their rightful places, ate some chocolate eggs, cleaned my teeth, washed a load of linen laundry, and then I went out for an urbane adventure.

I walked to the train station, and I was dumbfounded as to how much garbage there was lying on the ground! Mostly discarded masks, Burger King stuff, and those see- through plastic coverings on cigarette boxes.
I picked it up and put it into a plastic bag and took it to the bin, all the while huffing and puffing with righteous anger towards mankind, and also feeling love towards nature. One lady offered me gloves but I already had them, and she complimented me on doing my part in keeping the city clean.

I took a train downtown, but then I realized that the wind was so bitterly cold that I couldn't go anywhere.

I took a train back home, once there I picked some more trash and took all the discarded trolleys to the supermarket.

I went back home, called my granny, made coffee, and watched South Park and Family Guy with Mirette.

I tidied up the fridge, took out the recycling, and washed the plastic canvas bags where I keep the recyclable waste.

In the evening, I took my evening meds.

Tomorrow I will take a shower and wash my hair. I won't be able to condition it because I ran out of conditioner last week.
I will fetch the laundry from the drying room.
I will go visit my parents.
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Monday, April 5th:
I will take a shower and wash my hair.
I will go visit my parents.
Once back home, I will fetch the laundry from the drying room.

Tuesday, April 6th:
I will go to the health center and ask for something that helps my constantly congested nose.
I will go visit my parents.

Wednesday, April 7th:
My care worker will come for the weekly appointment. I will wash the dishes, fold the laundry, change the hand-, face-, and kitchen towels and the pillowcase.
I will go visit my parents.
In the evening, I will go get my COVID vaccination.

Thursday, April 8th:
I will take a shower.
I will go visit my parents.

Friday, April 9th:
I will receive the weekly allowance, the first thing to do is to order a new bath towel.
I will mail a couple of greeting cards.
I will go visit my parents.
I need to buy vinegar and baking soda for cleaning my toilet bowl, and Blu- Tack for hanging pictures on my wall.

Saturday, April 10th:
I will do the weekly housework; change the towels and bed sheets, take out the recycling, tidy up the bathroom.

Sunday, April 11th:
I will go visit my parents again. They will give me the weekly allowances.
I will call my granny.