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Errand Day

weather: sunny
outside: 17°C
mood: okay

At least these last few days have been a little cooler. =)

I'm getting together with someone this morning so that she can give me a run-through of a software tool that I want to use for my project.

I have a noon appointment with my dentist for my final teeth guard fitting. With the teeth guard, I can maybe keep my teeth because at the rate I'm going, I'll have a mouthful of teeth powder by the time I'm 40.

I have to see if Kaesha's bothering anyone (chirping or allergies or something). If he is, I'll have to take him home on my way to the dentist. I can't imagine this crowd having a problem with a bird sitting mostly quietly in a corner minding his own business though. He's getting louder and more brazen now though ... =}

I have to pick up MIL Woman's hippo-birdie cake. We got a cake at the same Italian bakery we got our wedding cake. Their cakes are good and they're really nice.

[Update - 1348h]

I'm back in the office. I left Kaesha in the lounge. Everyone loves him anyway =)

I have my teeth guard. I'm not sure what the difference is between this and a sports mouth guard. I got a mouth guard once a long long time ago. I remember having to put it in hot water and sticking it in my mouth to shape it to my teeth anyway. But that's okay, my dental plan covers 100% of it anyway. Free... free is good. =)

I picked up MIL Woman's hippo-birdie cake. It's The Diplomat. It's only an 8" round, but I didn't know it would be extra tall. She wasn't home when I brought it home. I hope she has no reason to open the deep freeze today...


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Jul. 31st, 2002 05:42 pm (UTC)
A tooth guard? Are you grinding your teeth in your sleep? Sounds stress related. You may want to consider evaluating the cause as well as treating they symptoms. I wear a mouth guard in jujutsu class. They are primarily used to prevent concussions. If someone socks you real good in the jaw, the force isn't totally absorbed by your mandible. It can continue up through skull and cause your brain to rattle around. This is what causes you to get knocked out. The mouth guard acts like a shock absorber reducing the amount of force exerted into your squishy little brains.
Jul. 31st, 2002 10:16 pm (UTC)
A tooth guard? Are you grinding your teeth in your sleep? Sounds stress related. You may want to consider evaluating the cause as well as treating they symptoms

I think I've been grinding for a long time. It just took this long for me to switch dentists to someone who will listen to me that LOOK, I HAVE NO ENAMEL LEFT!!!
Aug. 1st, 2002 01:03 am (UTC)
Sounds like unresolved stress. But of course I come from a psychology background and we love to say that. You might want to try activities to "decompress" or reslove some of it.

Big hug!
Aug. 1st, 2002 08:25 am (UTC)
There have been a lot of different stresses coming and going in my life.

In highschool, it was schoolwork and staying on the Honour Roll.

In University... well, I was in Computer Science. 'Nuff said. I was also on the Executive of the CS Student Society, I had at least 1 p/t job at any given time (at one point, I had 4 jobs simultaneously) as well as being the External Rep for the Student Society.

It's been better since I graduated. At least I'm being paid to work instead of paying to work.

It's not unresolved stress so much as being human.
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