Thursday, April 18
Irma still felt deflated this morning and I could well understand why. She messaged me as I got to Arcada to say that Jans’ solicitor had sent her an email. I encouraged her to open it.
I spent the afternoon catching up on all the small tasks that I would normally do on Friday to close the week. I backed things up, answered emails, wrote notes, checked off tasks on Todoist, and more.
At 15:00 I walk round the building and look out of the window at the sun. I take a photograph through the windows at the end of the main third floor corridor. Winter has melted away and green has arrived.
I will go back to the office and carry on writing and reading. Sophie will send some mails and I will answer them.
At 16:30 I will head home for a four day Easter break. Religion offers some small advantages.
As soon as I get home we will have to go to Kamppi to pick up more mail, but on the way home we will come up with a plan to prevent this happening again.
We will not return in time to sit outside in the summery sun with a cold cider. We will, however, get home in time to sit indoors and have one.