BGM: KIRINJI - ただの風邪
As I had written yesterday, I called to my workplace that I couldn't go there because of a cold. TBH, I am an employee of a department store. If I had gone to my workplace with this ill self, it could mean that I can spread plenty of virus there. In addition to, my condition must get worse if I had done my work so offensively. If I couldn't work at the busiest season of this year (yes, the junction of two years must be such a busy period)? It means I am really an idiot. That's why I "cut off" my work.
A friend and I talked for a while on the messenger on Facebook. She said how much heat my body had, so I checked it. It was 36.8, and it says that I had got a cold slightly. After that meeting, I just stayed still to keep my body warm by drinking Kakkonto (葛根湯), which is one of Japanese herbal medicines.
As I do usually, I posted my journal about yesterday (in this case, on 17th December.) I also sent some messages on the app LINE and also on the messenger on Facebook. Many friends said "take care!", and their kindness surely embraced me. I must have a certain, strong connections.
And at 12, I went out of my home to a convenience store to buy a lunchbox (yes, as you know I should stay still but I couldn't connect myself to anyone.) At a Lawson, I bought one which had full of rice, cut cabbage, and pieces of fried chicken. I had it, and felt that it tastes really good. I have got one lesson from this fact: I should eat when I get suffered from something (it can mean any mental illnesses, too.) Once, I had believed that being hungry with plenty of alcohol could afford me ultimately "delicious" foods. But now, I can believe that just staying sober can give me happy chances of great meals.
After that lunch, I actually tried to stay still on the bed more, but I couldn't do so because my mood started getting unstable. So I lied my body on there to read Takashi Akutsu's another journal (阿久津隆『読書の日記 InDesign 入籍 山口くん』.) But now, I can't write about it because this journal has become too long.