A good productive day, I must say. While I didn’t get everything done that I wanted to, I made my follow-up doctor's appointment, scheduled a mental health day for Monday (complete with 60 minute massage), finished mypresentations, made cookies, and manipulated spreadsheets. I also did laundry, flipped the mattress, put on the new bed skirt, emptied the garbage and took the trash out, and made dinner with a new recipe that has left me with way too many leftovers. It’s definitely easy party food, though, and proved that my skillet can hold up in the oven at 350 degrees.
- How bad is it, really, to have coffee a half hour before ones dentist appointment?
- How does an $x,000 bonus turn into only 40% of that going into MY CHECKING ACCOUNT? Where's that other 60%, Huh? Mutter.
I am so exhausted, I'm tempted to just write out "one hundred words" thirty-three times. Went to the dentist today, and it wasn't a bad experience, except for getting the x-rays - those always hurt my mouth. My one "problem area" is improving, which is good news, and I got a new rubber tip to stimulate the gum area with, so I can reduce that "food pocket". Terribly exciting stuff, I'll have you know. But going to the dentist, or even the optometrist, always leaves me with one burning question: "What makes one decide to become a dental hygienist [or optometrist]?"