41: my year with braces
February 26, 2008 in braces haiku, Damon braces
woke up and thought wow
my year with braces ending
couldn’t stop smiling
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February 27, 2008 at 7:01 am
WOOHOO haha you’re getting your braces “hammered” off today? eh tomorrow. HAHA. 2 months have passed since i got damon3. HAHA its moving awfulyl quickly honestly. Damon 3 works! 😀 But neverthless, do take pictures of your retainers! And the before and after shots. Gosh, i can’t wait to get mine off, but my orthodontist predicts it will takie 2 years! But thats highly unprobable considering its DAMON 3. the good OLD DAMON!
February 27, 2008 at 11:28 am
Ok it is the day… we are all waiting to see the result!!!
February 27, 2008 at 1:27 pm
pictures pictures fotos fotos!!! we want pictures, queremos fotos!!
February 28, 2008 at 5:25 pm
Wako – I LOVE that you wrote a haiku to celebrate the end of your year of braces. Love it, love it. Especially since I’ve been writing haiku for the past 4 months or so.
Congrats – your teeth are beautiful!!!! And I also LOVE that you had the big, sweet, luscious-looking croissant as celebration. Michael Pollan would say – that’s part of what food and eating is about – celebration.
I ate this incredible caramel ice cream with vanilla flavored salt lightly sprinkled on top served in this pretty glass dish with 2 sweet little star shaped short bread cookies on a paper doillie on a thick white plate. Everything about is was wonderful – a small portion, little cookies – beautifully presented, tasted delish. I ordered it as a celebration that one of my work projects that I thought had been cancelled is back on – so I have some work I can do while I look for another gig.
Congrats again! peace, Lisa
February 28, 2008 at 7:33 pm
Thank you Lisa. yes, it’s all about a celebration. Did you see all the haiku from the week?
February 29, 2008 at 1:47 pm
Hi Wako – I didn’t scroll down far enough to see that you’d written many haiku. They’re a delight to read. My favorite is the one about watching the Oscars. Excellent! I’m glad I checked back… Lisa
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