Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
Roads around here are starting to get icy, in addition to the freezing temperatures that we already have. So any of the afternoon classes that were scheduled to start around or after three were canceled, and campus has been closed for the afternoon. They’re set to resume tomorrow morning at nine, which is good for me since my first class for the morning starts after that. I don’t want to have to miss my Microbiology lecture. I have a couple of questions that I’d like to have answered come tomorrow’s lecture, which will help me out before the first test that we’re scheduled to have since everything builds on top of each other. It’ll be more fun once we get into Immunology.
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So I got a couple of fillings done after my classes let out on Monday, which already make my mouth feel a lot better. I was used to the oddity of one of my teeth having developed a certain problem because of incubating Hamster. I’m surprised that only one side of my mouth is tender, and I’m even more surprised at the fact that just seeing them inject the lidocaine into my mouth didn’t make me jump halfway into the ceiling. I can handle pain, and I can handle a completely natural childbirth… but I can’t handle needles. I’m so afraid of needles that it’s not even funny. I’m weird, aren’t I? Yeah, I am…
And apparently, being politically correct got me given the evil eye by one of the friends of a good friend of mine, because there are just some instances where you don’t make certain words a daily part of your vernacular. I’m sorry! But I try not to use slang whenever I can possibly avoid it, though. I don’t know why, but that’s just how I am. And if I “use” slang words, they’re two or three English words that are actual English words that are put together in such a way that makes them slang. One example being baby mama. (Me!)