A Life in the Dentist’s Chair


On a regular day, the history of my mouth isn't something I even think about, but the moment I walk into a dental office, that familiar smell nearly knocks me to my knees with dread. Memories of countless times before, sitting anxiously in the waiting room, flipping through magazines, wishing I was a model with naturally perfect teeth, wishing … Continue reading A Life in the Dentist’s Chair

Throwback Thursday – Autobiography Part 2


Last week I began typing up the autobiography I wrote for my 11th grade developmental psychology class. If you'd like to start at the beginning, check that post out first. This is part 2 of 3. Childhood In first grade I had an awesome teacher named Mrs. Bush. She was the best teacher I've ever had. As … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – Autobiography Part 2