Umm, yeah. I got nothing.
My job offers us the option of working certain federal holidays in order to receive an extra paid vacation day. That's what today was. I worked a half day and headed to my dentist appointment.
It was a last minute thing, but something I had been putting off. Got that done, and apparently, I really need to get my wisdom teeth removed. I still have all 4 of them.
And they are all impacted. Awesome.
I don't feel any pain from them at all. But they're causing my teeth to shift. I had braces when I was a kid, so my chompers are all nice and straight. For now.
I'm thinking it'll be good to just get them all yanked at the same time & get that crap over with. I am NOT looking forward to that, but I must do that this year. What a pain in the ass. My entire face is gonna be swollen like Rocky in all 6 or 7 movies.
Well, whatever. So that is something to do in the next few months. I wonder how long I'd need to take off from work. Probably at least a few days, if not an entire week. Everyone reacts differently.
Bootcamp was on the menu tonight. We paired up with a partner to do our circuits. Lots of pushups, burpees, bear crawls, suicide rund (freaking hate those things), walking lunges, jump squats, and those rope things.
Ouch. My bis, tris, & abs are all on fire right about now. Good times. I burned 368 calories.
I'm rocking the crazy cat lady hair look. It's all the rage now, savvy?
And yeah, I'm totally loving the visible collar bones action. I worked my ass off to get those things.
Anywho. I'm not really sure why this became about my chompers. Hehe.
Ppl - if you've had all your wisdom teef removed, please to let me know what to expect. I know I'll probably doing lots of mushy food like yogurt, oatmeal, smoothies, clear broth, etc. I'm thinking of doing this in April/May. Sooner, the better.
Cauliflower pizza: yay or nay? Discuss.