"Right now, my job is to see my orthodontia through to the end."
My friend is an actor in New York. And like most actors in New York, he wrestles his balance between "The Dream" of the stage and the "The Dull" of a day job.
He says that a normal morning consists of printing out the countless and pointless e-mails his boss sends him, then long scrolls and stops on the Entertainment Weekly website.
Today, a lot of his energy will be spent investigating American Idol recaps.
But his full-time gig (he knows it is a blessing in this economy) has good benefits, so he jumped on the Invisalign train last week, which prompted the above dental declaration.