So far this project has also served as a sort of a journal to my daily activities. I rarely leave the house without a globe and keep spares in my car. I've taken my globe to my acupuncture appointment as seen here on day three of my project, but I have to give props to my friend and fellow 365er, Wendy, who also takes her project on appointments with her, too. I'm not sure I would have had the clams to do this, but I applaud her.
Here is my friend and dental assistant, Carolina, in action at my dentist's office. I love my dental team, even if they had to break me the news about my broken tooth during my check-up. I have no idea when it happened, but the damn thing is broken. I knew it felt different, but you'd think I would have felt it cracking. Luckily, it doesn't hurt now though it will require some numbing, scraping, an inlay and possibly a root canal at my next appointments.
I swear my teeth were bullet proof before I had kids. But that's also the beauty of having them. Before birthing, I would have fainted at the thought of a root canal, needles or bodily incisions, but after having a baby or two, it ain't no thing but a chicken wing. Good thing.