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You are most welcome Punkin..
So many words of wisdom from all of you! :) Luckily, my dentist is not Ephram Knoll! Jim was pleased, as I couldn't talk for the first day. I am now eating human food, and life is back to normal (w/the exception of when i laugh really. really hard).Pkin-Thanks for the card-It was very thoughtful of you!
Oh dear, my wisdom teeth never grew in... Wonder what that means... Take care dear Pumpkin.... Snuggle in with a good Jack Reacher book.... Be glad your dentist wasn't Ephram Knoll... Hugs... :) :)
You poor love! You stay home with your blankey until you feel better. The loss of one wisdom tooth will not affect your wisdom, Suzy dear. The name has nothing to do with wisdom and more to do with an anglicised pronunciation of the Dutch word for the tooth :-)
Hope you feel better soon!!!
Empathy from this quarter,too, Suzy! Here's a cup of Ephram Knoll's laudanum (or modern day equivalent) for you....
Won't take too long and you'll forget it ever happened. (Something like the black eye). :)
Poor Suzy! Very thoughtful of you to post puzzles even though you aren't feeling great. Hope you heal quickly !
Been there, done that. Won't be long & you'll feel good again! Hope it goes fast for you!
Oh, I hope you get back to feeling your normal self soon Suzy. That is no fun. Hugs
Black eyes, wisdom teeth...the year can only get better...hopefully real soon! :)
Sorry to hear you are feeling poorly hope you get to feeling better soon.... Here is an e-card for you...http://www.bluemountain.com/view_facebook.pd?p=3129774&m=6827&i=284034142&source=bmafb
I had all 4 of mine removed 38 years ago (2 hours of surgery per tooth), and I haven't lost any wisdom, either. Maybe having wisdom teeth is an impediment to wisdom. Wisdom comes to you once you lose the teeth.
OHHHHHHH,get well soon Pumpkin.As far as I can tell I have never had wisdom teeth.I have heard that ones life is half over when they cut thier first wisdon tooth,SOOOOOOOO I am going to live a LONGGGGGGGGGGG time----LOL
I lost all four of my teeth of wisdom over 30 years ago and I'm just as wise as I've ever been!!!But, I do feel your pain.
I have bought many a dentist a new sports car or tropical vacation; so have empathy, hope you are feeling better soon.