Hello, I am Pavel, 28. I live in Moscow and want to tell you about 1 day of my life. I am a psychologist and work with kids.
My day starts at 7:35 a.m.
I have my morning coffee.
And hurry up to enjoy the view that can be seen from my window.
My dog Yukon is dreaming of going to the street.
On the way to the forest.
Will you remind me what we are we doing here?
Right, we are here to ski. The dog needs to run. So, I ski and he is running ahead of me.
The forest looks beautiful after the snowfall.
The dog is bathing in the snow.
The photo of us together.
According to my phone,we have covered 5 km and 63 m. Yukon was working hard and he will get his favorite carrots for that.
On the way back home.
In the elevator.
Yukon is having lunch at home.
I washed the plates.
Now I need to shave and clean my teeth.
The view has not changed yet.
I can have more coffee.
Yukon is tired and asleep. I wish I could have a rest next to him.
I give a call to my grandmother to know how she is.
Now I will water the plant.
I got the cognac as a present for my birthday which is on Woman’s Day, 8 of March.
It is time to go to work.
But I need to leave some food for Yukon before.
See you in the evening.
In the elevator.
While in subway I either read a book or listen to the music.
I read the Road by Michael Chabon two days ago and now I am going to reread the most interesting thoughts.
I am sick and tired of these endless crowds of people.
I am happy that the beautiful park is on my way to work.
Here I am.
I also have to consult our teachers on different pedagogical issues. I will have a conversation with a football coach.
The place is still empty. Kids and their parents will come here after lunch.
I can spent 10 minutes on looking though the news.
I will print out some documents.
The material will help our teachers to get ready for the coming educational seminar.
It is time to have a milk shake.
I also give consultation to teachers relating to attestation for a qualification category.
Another present and congratulation with the birthday.
I need to process the tests of children and then provide teachers and parents with results.
I collect the tests for a student from a University who will come here for practice.
The house is alive again. Children are usually accompanied by their mothers and grandmothers.
I am having lunch.
We are getting ready for a festival.
I need to fill in the journal.
It is time to go home!
The snow is melting in the park.
The beautiful ancient temple needs restoration.
I am listening to the music in the subway.
My wife gave me a call and asked to buy some food.
I am at home.
Hello, everyone! How are you?
I am very hungry.
Yukon is looking for socks.
We are going for a walk.
While we were away, my wife made a supper.
I am playing a computer game.
I feel sleepy. Good night.
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