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Jenna’s Blog: Straight teeth, crooked life

Jenna’s Blog: Straight teeth, crooked life

I can’t even believe this, but I just realized last night that I am about 6 weeks away from being done with my Invisalign. I was only doing the express version which is supposed to invistake about 6-8 months. I started on my birthday back in May, and I suppose with everything that has been going on in the past few months, I just forgot that I’ve been moving along with this. So, what’s the best part…I mean only good part about being single? I can sleep in my invisalign every single night and no one cares. I still am terrible about wearing it. I think the orthodontist told me to wear it 22 hours a day, and I’m working with about 8-10. Hey, my teeth are easy, and that’s about the only time it’s good to be easy right?

I’ve been trying my best to get myself out and about as much as possible, though I’ll admit the last few days have been especially difficult. I tend to go from work to bed to gym to dog park back to bed. Eventful days right? I haven’t even managed so much as a spray tan, manicure, haircut, or online shopping…actually I haven’t even done any online browsing if that doesn’t say everything you need to know about my mental status. One of my best guy friends works for a private aviation company-sounds so elite right? :) Since I rarely have social events that I am required to attend for work, I enjoy going to support my friends in their work-related obligations. Weddings, not so much. Last night my friend had to attend this Cessna party. For those of you like myself that aren’t accustomed to the PJ lifestyle (that’s private jet, not pajamas), Cessna’s are real nice airplanes. Anyways, I was excited about the event because there was gambling, free food, drinks and obviously a whole lot of people that fly around in private jets. So, I manage to get my workout in and get all dolled up, then head to the big gala. Oh the excitement, only to walk in and see a grand total of 10 people. I mean, I know it’s pricey to fly private but this was a big event. I was actually fine with it, more free food for me and an opportunity to play roulette with free money. My friend and I were the only people to get food and after taking my first bite into a slider I realized why. A green beret was discussing in ample detail, getting his leg blown off in Afghanistan and it really killed the flavor of my crabmeat slider. Images of war and mystery meat don’t a tasty combo make.