Okay, here's the answer.
It's the second, yes, the second, veneer to slide right off an eye tooth. (canine)
The first one slid off the other, (left,) eye tooth when I ran my tongue over my teeth just after eating a cheese sandwich for lunch at work. Felt it slide off and knew immediately what it was.
Almost a month ago now.
When the new veneers were less than two weeks old.
It has since been repaired.
This, below, is the inside surface of the same veneer.
I haven't been biting into hard things like lollies, nor have I been gnawing on lamb chop bones. I'm not game enough with the way my teeth have been falling apart lately.
Plus I don't like lamb chops.
This one came off as I was brushing my teeth. I felt it slide right off the tooth and onto the brush.
Maybe I should look for a new dentist.......
Here is something prettier for you to look at.
It's the moon!!
Technically part of the moon, since it's no longer full.
I heard a lot of squawking outside this morning and rushed out with the camera to see if I could get shots of the pair of white cockatoos that were circling the big gum tree. Hah! maybe if the were still long enough....
Instead I got this lovely clear shot of the moon, still fairly high in the sky at 7:50am.
How blue is that sky!!
And lastly, this pretty envelope came with the birthday card I chose for my oldest grand daughter. I've never seen an envelope with flowers printed on the inside before.
Isn't it lovely?
Just like the beautiful girl it's meant for.
After trying and failing to get photos of the cockatoo pair, I settled for one blurry shot of one of them on a tree branch. I was hoping it would look better on the bigger computer screen than it did on the small camera screen, but really, it's just a tree with a white blob.
And then I glanced at the clock.
If I didn't leave home right then I would be late for work.
And ruin my good record? No way!
Luckily I was dressed and ready, just had to lock the doors and go.
I made it to work with 5 minutes to spare.
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