... after writing "BEDA #21" that it is exactly a month until I come of age in the muggle world.
I'm tired. Ohhhhhh, this just happened...
Okay, I just had a wave of intense fatigue sweep over me. It's passed, for the most part. That was weird.
No it wasn't. I just ate Indian food, which is delicious and makes me impossibly happy, but also makes me sleepy. So there. Scientific explanation.
I can already tell that this blog is going to be incoherent. Hello!
I went to the dentist today. I had to wake up at seven in the morning. And then I drove there with my mom.
I went in because I thought I had a cavity. They took a look and said I didn't. But then they took x-rays and found two spots.
It is upsetting that I have some cavities, since I have otherwise perfect teeth (according to the dentist, not the orthodontist). The orthodontist tries to sell me retainers to correct my teeth. My dentist says that I have a perfect bite and that my teeth are lovely and well-taken care of. You see why I like the dentist?
I've been going there ever since I had teeth. Today the dentist's wife, who works as the secretary, brought out a Christmas card that she'd recently found, which had a picture of me, The Diva, and The Wordsmith from about a kajillion years ago. The Wordsmith was still a baby, which would make me four years old. Yep, that is my dentist.
Soooo we're just going to put it on tomorrow. We drew our designs today though. I traced my hand and then got a marker and DREW. That is what this is a picture of. I'm sure you wondered.
The design on the left is my left palm, and the one on the right is the back of my left hand. I like it. Except it will be brown. Or black. But I think brown. We'll see tomorrow.
The Diva and The Wordsmith were both out doing things (The Diva was at a soccer match, and The Wordsmith seeing Vampires Suck). So my parents and I took Anna and Kristen out to eat Indian food. Which is where this whole blog began. We have come full-circle.
CIRCLE TIME! *does the circle dance*
There is a dance for everything. I am going to go to bed now. Even though it is... Oh I just checked the time and it is 9:30. Maybe I'll watch some soccer. Perhaps I'll see The Diva in the crowd. I'll wave if I do.
With no henna yet,
Something I learned today: Instead of flossing (which I think I mentioned I don't like), I have the option to use a Water Pik (pronounced "pick"). It's a highly sophisticated machine that cleans out your gums and prevents gingivitis and cavities. Of which I have several. I realise I made it sound like I might have gingivitis. I do not have gingivitis. I am quite gingivitis-free.
I was just listening to the game that is on in the other room and I heard some announcer-guy say, "... it's quite the Cinderella story." I hate that phrase. It's worthless. Any phrases that bother you?