So this is how Me on Monday looks
How cruel to have a cafe advertising Milky Way chocolate milkshakes right next door to the dentist!
Anyway after a thorough investigation, blasts of cold air to find the sensitive tooth, a deep X-ray and general poke around, the diagnosis was porous enamel. So with a covering of sealant over it, I skipped happily out the door. I was imagining far, far worse so to come out with just a bill for £17 was a huge relief. Unfortunately I was to have no food and drink for two hours so I wasn't able to slink in next door and celebrate with a milkshake.
I've also been with Coco to Pets at Home to choose some pick and mix treats and buy a 10m training lead. She's been a bit of a pickle off lead recently and there's a stretch of woodland near our park which is obviously full of rabbits. You can see her stop, nose up in the air, whiskers a-twitching, front paw up in the classic hunting pose and she's off. There's been a lot of calling, whistling and recall button clicking before she returns covered in twigs and mud. So, no more off lead in that area until bunny season is over again. Our neighbour's dog was gone 45 mins in that area last week and returned bruised and bloodied so I think the bunnies are fighting back! I reckon 10 metres of freedom is plenty for her to have a good run round without the stress of losing her.
Once again we had all four seasons in one weekend here. We had so much rain on Friday that parts of the town were submerged. Whenever this happens the local papers always get a picture of a car up to its wheel arches in flooding, why do they try and get through? Crazy. Then Saturday was nice, then it all returned again yesterday. Our daughter went to see the Anniversary games at the Olympic Park on Saturday and had a fab time. It's one of those places that is on my list of wanting to go. It's so close, there really is no excuse.
So, how's your Monday shaping up? I'm giving a big wave to Sian to say welcome back and thanks for suggesting we all share our Mondays.