A disproportionate number of calories I've eaten this week...
...have come from tuna salad from Whole Foods and fresh papaya. :
I don't know that there's a problem with this, or even if it's noteworthy. But my body seems happy with this, so I guess I'll keep eating it.
Tomorrow I go in to Tufts Dental School to have a dental implant installed.
For over a year now, I've been running around with a removable false upper incisor. Tomorrow is the first step in the process of having a permanent restoration installed. Should be interesting. :
At some point I'll blog about the pros and cons of going to Tufts Dental School over going to a regular dentist. For now I'll just say it's been an education for me, as well as for the students who have been working with me.
and I have been bonding over this; she's ahead of me in the process and it's been helpful being able to talk with her about her experiences. Thanks!)
Five reasons to acquire that non-U. S. passport.
From : http://www.foreignpolicy.com/story/cms.php?story_id=4328
:Top Tourist Spots Americans Can’t Visit
"Looking for someplace special to spend the Fourth of July? FP investigates five fabulous destinations where a summer getaway is next to impossible."
That's a little misleading. Some of these destinations are actually possible for Americans to visit, if you really
want to, and at least one is simply unwise: "Because a good day in Somalia is the worst day of your life almost anywhere else."
"A traveller to Somalia is spoilt for choice in the number of things that can go wrong."
But as the Foreign Policy article puts it: "Still, the water is lovely."