Before leaving lake Griffin State Park, we were thinking of the move when Sherry received a call from the dentist, he could do the root canal tomorrow. So we arranged with the Rangers to vacate our site and leave the coach in the parking lot, just in case it took too long at the dentist office. I hate to use a spot someone may want early. So we dropped the coach and went to the dentist. Bad news, they say, you waited so long it is more calcified (?) and still infected. Shucks it can’t be still infected, it started 9 months ago. By now you’d think that it would be infected out. I’ve drowned it in peroxide, alcohol, salt water and took 30 bottles of vitamin I (Ibuprophen). LOL
(Now I ain’t sitting on this commode!)
Now it will take two sessions. We will start today, then you can come back in about 4 weeks and we will finish. THEN you can see about finding a Crown. (I thought I had one!(LOL) I am the King of the Road. LOL)
(I ain’t letting Sherry go to this guy!)
Now they want a month’s pay. Okay, thank goodness we have planned for a ‘few’ bumps in this retirement road. This keeps up too many bumps will cause problems. LOL (I am LOL’ing a lot) I am high on what ever they used to deaden my body so they could ‘frac’ it, or drill it. You have heard the term Frac from our own esteemed Paula of ‘Paula’s country tales’. They are doing a lot of fracking in Texas. It is a new technique for drilling wells, I think this dentist has learned from them.
(Some offices carry stuff too far!)
I ain’t really fussing, he didn’t hurt me but once or twice. He put a wedge in my mouth so I could not bite him, then he put an umbrella in there so he wouldn’t fill my throat with water. I hate that feeling when you think you are drowning but you can’t swallow with that wedge in your mouth.(the umbrella leaked).
(I love folks with innovative ideas)
This is silly, a whole entry griping about one root canal, and it ain’t even finished.
Thanks for coming this way.
What this country needs are more unemployed politicians.
-- Edward Langley, Artist (1928-1995)
1946 Chevrolet truck
I once bought on of these for about $80. I was going to tow our trailer with it, never did. I traded it for a transmission for our car, a 1955 Rambler.