Now for a biting attack!
Doesn't time fly? Doesn't seem like two minutes since I wrote my last column!
I have really enjoyed the summer, being back with my friends and family.
But I must say I will be glad to start back at university in September!
The weather has picked up near where I live in Doncaster and I have certainly been to my fair share of barbecues and parties over the last few months.
Only there is one thing that keeps spoiling such events for me - toothache, one of the most painful things I can imagine.
And another thing. I never knew it could be so hard to find a dentist!
I have always had good, healthy teeth until I needed a filling when I was about 17.
But recently I have been experiencing terrible toothache and I am in great deal of discomfort.
I have contacted many dentists in my local and surrounding area and it appears that they are all full as they are unwilling to take me as a patient.
I even rang the hospital as they have an emergency dental department for unregistered patients. But they, too, were unwilling to take me unless I was experiencing "acute pain".
What kind of message does this send out?
I was always registered with a dentist when I was younger. For some reason I stopped receiving appointment check-ups and it became clear that I was no longer a patient.
It is really is beyond a joke now. Must we really wait until there is something very wrong with our teeth until someone will take us on as a patient?
From what I see on the news and read in the papers this is becoming more of a problem.
Many people are being left without a dentist or other medical services, which is causing a great deal of problems and discomfort for people all over the country.
* Finally, I would like to apologise to one of my close friends whose 21st birthday I completely forgot about. I'm so sorry and hope you had a terrific time.