Not too bad, only a couple of days of soreness. I think they sandblast my gums. I've been struggling with one cold-sensitive tooth for the better part of the year. We tried some sort of "caulk" this time to see how that goes. I'm also using a special toothpaste for sensitive teeth. Seems like a waste as it's more expensive than the regular stuff, and I only need it for one tooth. Haven't figured out how to brush just one tooth, yet. I'm grateful I still have most of mine, though. Contrary to popular opinion, I have a small mouth and had to have several teeth removed to make room for the rest.Solveig wrote:IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m familiar with "House", itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s one of my favourite series. And yes, you are right; Koo isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t much of a name.
Reminds me of that line from one of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies: "We pirates aren't very imaginative when it comes to naming things." Not that I'm implying the namers of birds are pirates...(ahem), just not as creative as we'd hoped. (Oh boy, am I gonna get in trouble for that remark!) Moving on...
I believe Koo has become the most famous Finnish osprey ever and the hunter who found him has got e-mails from all over the world thanking him for rescuing the bird.
Poor guy, just what he wanted--"instant fame".
They are trying to make the connection to the Seili nest better equipped against lightning for the future, but in case Aarni and Eliel havenÃ‚Â´t migrated to Africa already, they probably have before the nestcam is fixed again. But for those moments you donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t find anything more productive to do, you can always watch this beautiful video showing happenings in the Seili nest January to August 2009:
I hope the dentist didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t torture you too much. It always feels good when itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s done, anyway.
The cats are tolerating "rehearsal" well, with copious amounts of treats, but a half-hour joy ride is a far cry from over three hours cooped up, and a strange venue for the next few days. We'll see.
Still picking cherry tomatoes by the handsful, the bigger ones have stuttered, thanks to our cool nights. The leaf lettuce has bolted and I don't know if I'll get around to planting a fall crop. The sweet peppers are still going, but something starts eating them before they colour up, so all I'm picking are green ones. The mosquitoes are fierce, even with some of the 40F nights we've had. I've also discovered yet another entrance to the woodchuck burrow in my yard. One of these days I'll probably get a nasty surprise when I reach in a bunch of vines to pick something. That's all for now. Thanks for the link.
Are you wrapping up your garden yet?