About what he was doing
During all this time, she and I spent one night in the subway (we didn’t like it), put the bomb shelter in the house in order, made a big rearrangement in the apartment, taped the windows with our own merch black tape and hung them for light masking, arranged a sleeping place for ourselves in the corridor behind three walls and started getting used to the new life little by little. We decided that we will not go anywhere. We are staying and will try to be useful here. I am partially conscript, so when my turn comes, I will defend Kyiv.
At first, we started doing everything at once: delivered food and warm things to Territorial Defense and to the warehouses, blocked enemy’s channels, bought and delivered food, cat food, medicine to the elderly, made a house chat to be in touch with everyone who stayed. Transferred the entire proceeds from the concert tickets to the AFU. Subsequently, we focused on coordinating those who want to donate or help in some other way with those who need this help.