I think I am the happiest and probably the luckiest person in the world. I have general good health (forget the occasional blips…everyone has them), great family, wonderful friends, the ability to be comfortable with who I am, and what I can achieve, the ability to learn (albeit, very slowly), I like people and am perennially interested in them….all this is incredibly good fortune…yes, I do have a fortune in my mind and heart…and it may long after Thanksgiving, but I do give thanks.
I walk with dragging feet (and my infected molars and gums) into the large hall where several chairs are placed, and approach the nearest white coat diffidently, with my dental records card. I am hoping that this person will say, “No, we can’t see you now,” and I can go home in peace.
Today I was told that the sighting of the Black Stork, that I posted about
Since I was able to go birding to Bheemannakuppe kere on Saturday, and to the Ragihalli sheet rock/pond area on Sunday, I’d better combine the two for my field report…
Yes, I am getting to the birds, but yesterday’s tooth extraction was particulary bad. My wisdom tooth had an extra root, which apparently curved deep into the jawbone…it took 45 minutes to extract it, and yesterday evening was one of the most ghastly I have spent so far….