So Bonnaroo only went partially well for me this year, my first year. I left the third day in, which was the 2nd day of the actual festival [as they let people arrive a day early this year]. It was, without a doubt, the most mind blowing experience I have ever had. It solidified how much I have changed in just a few short years. It brought me closer to my boyfriend, to feeling more comfortable in our relationship. For a long time, I carried along a lot of baggage from the past- this I have come to realized. It’s time to let all that baggage go, that’s something else I have realized too.
Bonnaroo wasn’t a complete bust. The only thing that really sucked, and I am completely disappointed in myself too, is that I didn’t take a single picture or video while there- not even on the way there! I mean, my phone died right when we got there on the first day- the day before Centeroo even opened- and, Oh my, the heat… it was seriously brutal, man. I am so going next year; however, I am going with an RV rental: period. No discussion. Next year, I am going to do things differently. It’s going to be a blast.
Regardless, right now, life is changing faster than I can keep up with. Tomorrow is my oral surgery. Oh, have I not mentioned this? Maybe I should also mention the phobia of dentists and surgery [aka anesthesia]. I am absolutely terrified. And to deal with my nerves- along with Valium [relax! it’s prescribed by the oral surgeon who knows my history]- I am also video taping as much of the process as I can. I got some footage and photos during my consultation. Exciting, I know! Stay tuned for more!
I was so nervous during the consultation. I would only set in the patients’ seat during the two minute examination, where he had to keep telling me to open my mouth. hah. He said, overall, I have good teeth; however [don’t you just hate that word?, my wisdom teeth had to be taken out for them to stay good. Plus, an additional tooth needed to be taken out where my bottom right or left wisdom tooth had essentially attacked and killed the tooth next to it. It’s just a back tooth no one can see, but that would be… weird. Right? To have no tooth where a typical tooth would be. They discussed implants with me very briefly and gave me a pamphlet on teeth implants.
Goes to read pamphlet…
Well, they are what they sound like. Implanting faking teeth into your head. However, their advertising was great. Telling you how, when you lose a tooth, 30% of your jaw just disintegrates. How much that will effect you confidence, speech , smile, etc. Yeah, I am pretty sure I want an implant done. I am so very scared right now! I can’t tell you how much I’ve cried over this. I don’t want to be put under, but can’t be awake because I would run out screaming, can’t stand thinking of them working on me, what if something happened? Ah!
As for the moving situation: The first place obviously denied our applications. He never gave us a yes or no, but I saw the place back up on Craig’sList [for $50 more] the other day, so… Yeah… We’ll be looking at new places within the next week to week in a half, depending on how fast I heal. I’ll let you guys know something when I do. More interesting subjects to come later also.
Well, so as not to bore you too much, I must make my exit now. I’m gaining quite the collection of ideas for this blog, or a new blog I might start from scratch with, and I can’t wait to act out all that I have stored in my head. Until next time… バイバイ、みんな！