rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


Today's neck yanking was quite traumatic. In fact, it involved something very close to a punch, to get my jaw started moving back to where it belongs. As a result, my bite is now off a bit more than it was before. My long-askew bite might actually be one of the factors contributing to this whole skeletal fiasco I've been enduring. The long-askew bite, in turn, is the product of my always-askew wisdom teeth. Advice: If you have wisdom teeth coming in askew, get them yanked out while you're young! Even if getting them out turned out to be twice as unpleasant as you expected, the results of not getting them out will eventually be ten times as unpleasant. Get it over with!

I have a very poor relationship with calcium.

In other news, the cooling trend continues, though it is glacially (heh) slow. At least I'm going to get a few hours of pleasant air tonight, and tomorrow won't become stifling quite as early as today did. I might even be less cranky than I've been lately. If the weather and my skeleton both improve, I might even become less tedious! Something to look forward to.

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