Not to mention the rest of yesterday’s search history:
- stereotypes of turkish moms
- duck emoji
- human trafficking
- easter 2020
- cat asthma attack
- gold teeth caps
- gold teeth cap history
- what causes broken teeth
- history seeling teeth
- history selling teeth
- history common diseases associated with starvation
- cat wheezing and swallowing
- pneumonia historical treatments
- tooth infection
- what happens if you ignore a tooth abscess
- historical sinus infection
- did old boarding schools have nurses
- boarding schools hospital wings
- total color blindness
- cone monochromacy
- cerebral achromatopsia
- is cone monochromacy genetic -blue
Well, well, well, Mr. Bond. Someone’s main character is in big trouble.
For the record, I was almost in bed by 11 p.m. last night. But then I figured I’d better prep a blog post instead real quick before my thoughts faded and badabingbadaboom it was 12:58 a.m.
Just seeing that list and not knowing you enjoy writing and research – I think you would come to a very different conclusion. Even knowing that, part way through that list I still became very concerned about your personal dental care–and whether or not you were taking good enough care of yourself! 😉
Hahahah I’m good. Pearly whites are intact—I was trying to figure out how they dealt with dental problems in the 1800s but it helps when I understand the science behind what’s actually going on. The only ones that pertain to me personally are the ones about cat asthma (poor Harper) and the dates for Easter this year.
Yup, that was my assumption. Poor kitty. Hopefully she’s doing better now.