(thought I'd show some teeth!)
We seem to have a lot in common, John - both my parents were dentists!
One Saturday morning, they took me into the surgery, gave me a general anaesthetic
, and took out a troublesome milk tooth.
(the adult tooth never had the temerity to appear after that!)
I hardly ever have an anaesthetic. My Dad was in practice before preventative dentistry came into being - waaaa-y back when they used to brag about filling a bucket full of teeth on a Saturday morning - it used to be tradition that a father-in-law-to-be would give his future daughter-in-law a set of wallies for a wedding present. I'm proud to say that he was a pioneer in introducing preventative dentistry to the NHS, (when it was
something to be proud of)
Suzy's up for the triple collaberation. :thup: :thup: :thup:
(Hope you don't mind, Angela - we're all pretty keen, John's got pieces and information I don't have, so does Suzy - we've all "met" on the Isle of Wight Studio Glass Forum.)
I suppose we now need to get a framework together, and a good list of all the right questions which need answered.
And I think that's me for today. Off to put my feet up.
(before we get sent to the cafe, or is that inevitable anyway?