Posts Tagged ‘dentist’

High-speed babbling

February 17, 2005

So check this out: I’m blogging on high-speed cable Internet! Woo-hoo! Got it on Monday, but I’ve been too busy playing stupid online games at the speed of light – OK, at the speed of cable – to blog. But here I am, with pretty much nothing to say.

It’s about 3:30 a.m. and I wanted to get on here sooner, but after showing Dave the Shatnerology Web site (yes, as in William Shatner) and Dave showing me how speedy this new hook-up is, Dave decided to go back to the very beginning of the blog and read all the way up to the present. I told him that maybe if he read this even once a week he wouldn’t need so much time to go through it, but I don’t think he was listening. There was only one thing I was embarrassed for him to read, and it was my rant about wanting to buy a house. Oh well, it’s how I felt, so tough!

Went to the dentist today, and we’re all done with fillings – at least for now. Thank goodness! I had an awful lot of trouble drinking my coffee when I got home, due to the numbness, and managed to spit out a mouthful of coffee instead of swallowing it. Not pretty. Amusing, but definitely not pretty.

And speaking of the dentist, Have I mentioned that I now have dental insurance? Well, Dave does anyway, and I’m covered too, and it’s some pretty good coverage. Now if somebody would just give us vision coverage, we’d be all set…

Well, that’s about it. I’m just not in a writing mood, so maybe more tomorrow – and maybe during daylight since the phone won’t be tied up anymore!!

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Hooray for the dentist!

March 5, 2004

Today was the best day! Know why? I went to the dentist! Bet you never thought you’d hear someone say that! But I just did, so cross that off the list of wacky things you’ll never hear. I had a very decay-infested front tooth (gross, very gross, but that’s what happens when you drink too much soda) and now it’s fixed! I’m not embarrassed to smile anymore! Let me tell you, if for some reason you feel the need to go to the dentist, and you happen to be in Findlay, Dr. Mitchell is your man. He is so nice, obviously loves his job, and is fan-freaking-tastic at it. It’s lame, but I almost cried going to the car, I was so happy with my “new” tooth. I owe it all to the Pammer, ’cause she made me go.

I’m still trying to find something to draw to look for any speck of artistic talent. I’d try to draw Baby Cat, but she moves too much, the little schizo. I’d try one of my Barbies, but I think it would be too much detail, plus eyes are hard! I can do the first one OK, but the second is never as good (I know this from my drawings of Fat Mojo). Maybe I should just stick to doodles, so as not to depress myself. But even if I can’t find even a speck, I always have my craftiness and sewing ability, the latter of which seems to be a lost art.

*BURN UPDATE* It’s jealous of my gums, lip and cheek for the large amounts of Novocaine they received today.

Hey, did I ever tell you that spellcheck always wants to change Findlay to fondle?

Soda addict

February 20, 2004

I think I have a version of a cold. No stuffiness to speak of, but a terribly dry throat. Actually, my nose is pretty dry (and yes, I know how odd that sounds). Anyway, no matter how much water I drink I still feel parched. Poor Dani!

Maybe it’s because I haven’t had a soda in two days. I went to the dentist Wednesday, and I’ve been a bad, bad girl. I need lots o’ fillings because I drink way too much soda. But Dr. Mitchell says he can save me (no, really, that’s what he said) so I guess it’ll be OK. Stupid girl.

A word to the wise: If you plan on being productive, don’t get out the Tetris. Especially if you have a gamecube, because there are some crazy addictive games on there. I did get most of the dishes done, but I didn’t even touch the bathroom or any laundry. I suppose there’s always Saturday.

So, I realized today that in the next few months I’m going to need to start planning Dave’s graduation party – or should I say par-tay, because it’s gonna be huge! By that time we should be in a house (renting) so there will be room for more than five people to be there at the same time. If only BGSU’s colors weren’t orange & brown…maybe the history department has its own colors? Probably not.

I really want to redo my Web site, but I haven’t been in a particularly creative or witty mood lately. Maybe inspiration will strike this weekend and I won’t have to clean the bathroom. We’ll see.

*BURN UPDATE* I think it tells Fat Mojo to be bad.

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