I’m very ill, and there’s nothing I can do about it but taking pills and visiting various doctors almost every day.
Project 365 of 2017: Days 139–152. Illness
These days I was in Helsinki. You can read the full report here. I don’t think it is a good idea to copy once posted words here again.
Another busy day. Today I’ve met with Karl & Karla from Tver who came to visit me and spent a vacation in our rainy and beautiful autumn city. I spent this morning doing my mandatory doctoring duties and then came to the city centre and met with Karla. We walked a little until heavy rain didn’t force us to leave a park and say “goodbye” until tomorrow. Later this evening I dyed my hair again after a long time.
Other doctors and another meeting with Karla. I’m still very ill, and it makes me sad. Today we’ve met on my territory. We talked for three hours straight, and I gave her a book I bought in Tallinn several months ago. It is “A Little Life” by Hanya Yanagihara. I’m not sure that I will ever read it again someday.
I’m really tired of visiting various doctors every day! The more pills I eat — the more bills to be paid. It is hard not to think about your condition in a negative mood, but I still can’t understand how is it even possible to stay ill for three weeks because of the simple flu!
Another short meeting with Karl. We decided to sit in a cosy cafe with Patootie and Karla and share some stories. It’s the first day in a row of maybe three or four days when it’s not raining at all. We talked a lot with Karla while Patootie remained silent. Then we took a short walk through the city and departed. I moved to my Momiji school where studied Japanese for three hours. I’m ill, so it’s hard to stay focused for such a long time.
Nothing happened during these days. I sat at home, read books and worked on my website. I visited doctors from time to time and tried to stay relax and calm. Actually, it’s quite hard to stay low when you are ill and simply can’t recover for weeks.
Today I thought about my second musical project not related to Aomori and various covers. It’s still in the process of understanding and organising. I know what I want to do and more important — how I want it to do. Now I’m thinking about various miscellaneous conceptions which probably will help me to stand out. I’m planning to use my electric gear and electronic drums, but the sound won’t be that heavy as Aomori.
In this rainy day, I again sat at home sorting my correspondence for almost nine years! I’ve managed to distribute all letters by their personal envelopes and make every single piece to be relatively easy to find.
And another doctoring day! Hope this all will end soon.