I volunteer at the Sheptytsky Center: I sort and pack humanitarian aid and at the UCU Children’s Center in the movie theater I work with kids. I notice that, for a certain period of time, they are becoming calmer, they aren’t talking about the war and only “playing war.” I’m very glad about that. I feel a need to help people who were in hot spots or forced to leave their homes after the war. This gives energy, not allowing you to throw up your hands and distracts you from unnecessary negative thoughts. And there are wonderful people volunteering, with good, big hearts.
To relax, I spend time with friends: we drink tea, watch films, or simply chat. I study and, as possible, take walks.
After victory, I dream of traveling home for a few days!!! Meeting with family, friends, celebrating victory, and climbing Hoverla with friends.