If that tooth could have told all it knew having been one of my teeth I might have blushed or giggled or cried or smiled.......which I won't be doing until it's replacement is installed on my partial. Nope. No gap toothed smile will be bestowed on anyone except....I did threaten the dentist that if it took a really long time to get my appliance back, I might stoop to standing outside the window of his office and flashing them with my "ugly" visage until said appliance came back....they've got a week. tee hee
When I issued my threat (albeit an empty one) the young dental assistant kinda giggled and the dentist said, "don't encourage this one, she's a crazy one with a wicked sense of humor. I've told all the other techs the same thing when they have assisted with her." And then he leaned over me, winked and pulled down his mask and grinned, with sort of a looney look in his eyes. To which I countered, "takes one to know one, eh?" So besides the high I paid for yesterday....gotta love that chicken gas, good stuff, I also had a fun time with the dentist. I know right??????? Soon I'll share my wisdom from the nitrous zone, really heavy dude.
And when I came out of the office there stood Sweet Man leaning up against my car. He had taken off work to come and make sure I was okay. That just took my breath away. I'm such a lucky ducky. He has always seen me as Mrs. Capable and let me get along because I could. But we are getting older and both need that extra TLC when it calls for it. The thrill was that he did it on his own, I didn't ask him to. Wow, waterworks again.
Speaking of which. I will explain the title with Ryleigh giveth.
I got home from the dentist, safe and sound and started the worse case of the sneezes ever. Ry has had a cold for about a week. He's getting well now but I know how he likes to share with his Oma and so I'm trying to hold a folded up gauze thingie on my Vacancy in my mouth to stop the bleeding while mastering sneezing and not drooling.
Okay, that's my visual gift for the day........run with that one and I'll catch ya later. Time to fly, Oma Linda