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July 22, 2009


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The Incredible Woody

Oh, you poor, poor thing! I hope you are feeling better. Rest up and take care of yourself.

I am sure the visitors will understand if the house is a mess!

Mental P Mama

Ouch! I think I'd rethink the whole company-coming-on-Thursday thing....


Poor, poor, POOR YOU! I'm impressed you made it through it because there is NO WAY I would've. At least it's done. Good luck getting the house ready for guests! I'm sure they'll understand that it's not tip top.

noble pig

Been there done that. My dentist had his knee in my chest to pull out a tooth I cracked and was not ready to come out. I ended up with dry socket and I swear I almost died. I hope you feel better! It's over.

Jenn @ Juggling Life

I cannot believe they said you'd be fine by Thursday. I had a tooth removed by an oral surgeon--he wanted to put me under, but I wanted to tough it out with Valium and Novocaine for financial reasons (and tough it I did--big roots, too)--I felt like I'd been hit by a Mack truck for about a week.

I'm glad it's over. Hopefully it won't happen ever again.


I will take care of you when I get there..


Tammy, how horrible! I had 4 teeth pulled in high school b/c I wouldn't wear that stupid neck gear crap. It hurt like hell. I remember one tooth wasn't numb yet and they started yanking on it away! I had 4 huge holes in my mouth until the little elastic thingies finally closed them 2 years later or however long it was. I'm sorry you are in such pain.

I'm sure chrissy and mark will understand if the house is a mess.

You all have a good time and hope your bad tooth (or the place it use to be) doesn't get in the way.


Oh Honey, That is the worst story ever! OMG! Going to an oral surgeon shouldn't mean toughing it out and letting them dismantle your mouth.

I hope you feel better soon sweetie! Hopefully they at least gave you good drugs for the aftermath?


Ryder Mulford

Oh my God, that's probably one of the most harrowing tales of oral surgeries that I've ever heard. So how are you doing now? After all that, I think you are better than ever. Like they said, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Luckily, you had a wonderful dentist. At least you're confident with his skills. That's the important thing.

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