This month’s quite stagnant in a good way. Nothing much happened as work and personal life went on normally (which is something I’m really grateful for). I finally quit the bakery, though. I was slightly sad to leave the people and environment I’ve finally gotten used to (and that I won’t be able to get free bread after work anymore). I felt empty waking up the day after I quit work since I really have nothing else to do to keep myself busy. But I guess it can’t be helped. I still have to go back one more time to receive my salary and return the uniform that’s currently out for dry cleaning.
Vaccinations have started here in Japan and back in my home country. I’m a bit relieved to hear that my grandparents have received their dose and I hope nothing out of the ordinary happens to them post-vaccination. Japan is currently prioritizing elderly people. I’m not sure when younger generations will be receiving their batch. I’d like to get mine ASAP but I’m also scared of receiving one after reading news of people getting severe reactions.
Things are going to get more busy and complicated from next month (and thus, will post even more sparsely). Moving out preparations has got to be one of the most ‘pain-in-the-ass’ kind of experience. I have yet to receive any information about my new apartment from the company at the time I’m writing this post (I wrote it on the 26th). Hence, I couldn’t even do any preparations related to moving out because I’m missing the most crucial information: the new address.
I guess I should at least start downsizing my belongings for now. I’ll post another update once I receive new information.