This won't work, because it doesn't fit the reality that I want to show. Here in Bulgaria the small villages are depopulating very fast and some of the smallest ones even dissapear. This village is one of them and the woman is the last person left in it (but this will be revealed at the end). So there is no regular post service, no junk mail, no people. And the period that I want to show is just few months, so there is no place for inflation.
Thanks for the advices!
I think, that loneliness and more important - the yearn for her children, can be visualised by a picture of them. Maybe she looks at it every evening before going to bed. Also one more detail - maybe she waits for a mail that never comes. Checking her mail box every day, despites that never sees the postman comming.
I can make the feel that days passes by without repeating the scenes in the following way: In the first scene she brings woods for the stove. It is a misty late fall. The woods are storred under a shed, and the pile is big at that time. Then, on the second day, after she gets the woods, there will be a montage with the pile getting smaller and smaller, and the next repetition will show her doing the same things, but in the winter. In this way we have only 2 full repetitions of the whole day. But I'm affraid of getting too much attention on the wood pile, which is not important for the story.