Monday: For the first time, I took the wrong train. Fortunately, I noticed in time to fix the mistake without getting late to work. I was exhausted in the morning. At work, as always, I’ve listened to many podcasts—I’ll stop listing them here because I’m lazy. Back at home, I’ve done exercises after a week. I missed it, and it was great to get back to it. I thought about writing a Death is Eternal Review but preferred to relax and keep re-watching Hannibal. A typical day, so routine that I asked myself if this new format is exciting or if people will stop reading it after a couple of weeks. Well, time will tell.
Tuesday: I’ve slept an hour earlier on Monday, so I woke up a little better than usual; it was great. At work, same old, same old; tedious tasks with lots of podcasts. Back at home, I did the dishes, wrote the Death is Eternal Review #03 and did exercise. I almost forgot, commuting I started to read—almost re-read, I’ve read six of the 12 issues—Global Frequency. I write this entry while watching Wizards@Celtics. Hopefully, Boston will confirm the win. That’s it for today. Cheers!
Wednesday: Celtics won! I kept sleeping a little earlier; it has helped a lot with my depressing feelings. I feel confident to say: the secret to happiness is a good night of sleep. Not necessarily true happiness, but some. It helps, at least. Finally, something happened at work: there was a document of a woman demanding for a technician to go to her house to fix her stove, she wanted a smaller flame—it was boiling her tea water, she wanted only enough to keep warm. It’s funny to live in a country with no real problems; little things became huge. Back at home, there was a crash involving many cars. One lost the front; the others were not even scratched. Four cars in a collision resulted in a police car, two transit securities and four tow cars. The officers even threw a powder into the street where it had a fluid residue. Again, living in a country without problems means that any setback will result in a colossal effort from authorities. I finished Global Frequency yesterday before going to sleep; today, I started to read The Invisibles. Busy day, lengthy text. Sorry for that. TL;DR: non-problems are enormous problems in Canada; I finished reading a comic and started reading another.
Thursday: Slow news day, today. I’ve listened to many podcasts at work—a highlight: the fourth and final episode from Os Cavaleiros do Bicho. I remember hearing the first one as if it were yesterday, but it was three years ago; time flies. The episode was excellent, and it was a great end to the series. Also, it’s worth mentioning how listening to Brazilian podcasts transports me to Brazil; whenever I’m listening to one, and someone speaks in English, it takes me a second to understand what’s happening. At home, I wrote Death is Eternal Review #04 about the board game Penny Press, applied to some jobs and wrote down the comics that I’ll buy this week, and that was it. Like I said, very slow day.
Friday: Things happened at work; not much, but enough to change the pace. In the morning, I helped unload a truck—about 200 boxes. In the afternoon, I went to Burnaby City Hall pick-up boxes—43, to be precise. As I said, it wasn’t much but enough to make work better. Also, getting to know my city City Hall was pretty nice, to be honest. At home, I watched the Memphis Grizzlies upset the Golden State Warriors, ate Burger King and read The Invisibles. Pretty routine day; at least today is Friday, and Monday is Victoria Day, so a long weekend ahead. That’s it for today; it’s time to go back to comics.
Saturday: Woke up to see Real Madrid’s game. The team won but lost LaLiga. It was fair; Los Merengues dropped the ball too many times to deserve the title. In the afternoon, I took my first dose against Covid-19. If you can, get your shot! It’s the only way of putting this thing in the past! After that, I saw the Whitecaps losing to Houston Dynamo. The ‘Caps need a new coach; they have talent but don’t know how to use it. After the game, I purchased my weekly comics. Oh, I was forgetting, I also added my resume to my site; you can check it right here. That was it for today, bye!
Sunday: Sluggish day. I went to the market, then to Vancouver to pick up a flannel shirt I’ve bought—it was on sale, and I had a 15% discount coupon, great deal—and then spent the day watching Hannibal and reading. I’ve also spoken with friends. Today was a perfect day; I wanted all days to be like that. That was it for this week, see you next time!
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