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I feel like inventing a ribbon to stick on the back of my van. “Orthodontic Awareness.”
After two years of treatment, I am officially a survivor.
Top & bottom photo credit: my dear friend Shaunda Stoltzfus
Beautiful! Glad the process is over for you. I never realized how much your oldest son looks like you.
wow. amazing! I guess I did truly forget the former state of your incisors!
p.s. Are you sure that you’re actually almost 31 yrs. old, married 10 years and a mom of 3 !!??? I might have to do a background check to make sure you’re not trying to fool me.
Ha ha. You know what’s even weirder? You’ve now known me for an entire third of my life! 🙂
I bet it was wonderful to just slide your tongue across your teeth when they came off (the braces, not your teeth). 🙂 Looks great and I’m happy it’s just a memory now.
Hooray! and So beautiful!
Yes, yes, YES! You’re beautiful, Sis!
HALLELUJAH!!!! So happy for you. They look really good too, that’s always a bonus!! ☺
Very, very nice, Shari! I know a few others who can feel for you… like Amy… The results are truly beautiful!
You were always beautiful to me, and I couldn’t have said you had anything that needed improving. But Charity has to start on this process very soon (including first oral surgery!) and it’s looking like a long torture for her. She would never do it, but she has a situation that if it is not corrected could break her jaw they say . . . ugggh. So surgery and braces it is.
Woo-hoo!!! So happy for you!
Yay! Can’t wait for this day to come soon for me!