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Thursday, February 8, 2018

This Happened...






I was all set for the Superbowl last Sunday...had a bunch of my favorite recipes to try and even made my own stickers for the plates and the cups utilizing my iphone camera and my Zink Happy Printer! 

I stopped by Wegmans and picked up a Patriots' Balloon.  I got started on cooking and getting things ready fairly early on Sunday.  Some of the recipes created much more of a MESS than I would have ever thought!  I must think twice before using a recipe that uses melted marshmallow!! 

Needless to say, I was so NOT impressed for the rest of my day.

I bit in to our first bite of dinner and...my bridge came out.  The whole freakin' thing.  Now, granted, it has been in my mouth for the past 34 YEARS and I figured it wouldn't last forever...but COME ON...not on Superbowl Sunday!! 

I need to continue this post tomorrow...with the rest of the pics. 

Today was spent running around to the Dentist and the Drugstore.  I refused to let her pull my teeth without anesthesia...so I have a consult with a Oral Surgeon

13 comments:

ann thompson said...

oh no. Not a good day.

Molly the AireGirl said...

OMD! This is NOT a good thing.

edie said...

Of all the days. :( I hope you can get it fixed quickly.

Kinley Westie said...

OMD! Dat stinks!

easyweimaraner said...

oh nooo... bridges are often the bridges over troubled water aka troubled dentist bills... potp and crossed paws for a good solution what stay with you for much longer than till the next superbowl...

Noreen said...

HI Jeannie, I have an almost identical bridge-but have only had it for 10 years. I didn't know they could come out. You poor thing. You are right to go to an oral surgeon.
Hope you and the pups are doing o.k. other than that. I wondered if you give your pups Probiotics or enzymes-Katie Wyatt does and it made me think I should get some for Hunter. Sending big hugs your way.
Noren

Amy Boyer said...

That's the worst. Once I started eating a caramel "apple" lollipop from the kids' Halloween stash, and yanked out the crowns on my two front teeth. Good luck and hope you are soon 100% again :)

Ron said...

Oh Jeanne, I feel for you because I had the same thing happen to me several years ago. And not only with a bridge, but also old crowns . Like you, a lot of my dental work was down years and years ago, so I realize they won't last forever, but it's still a pain in the neck when it happens; especially at inconvenient times.

I'm sure you'll get this all worked out soon. The best to you, my friend!

X

Ruby said...

HOLY CRAP! Oh man, that is like Ma's worst NIGHTMARE!!!! She won't gets any work done without the gas, and if the big stuff is involved DEFINITELY knock her out! Luckily, my dentist has all that stuff on site for the scaredy cats like her! Luckily, now they have lots of options for replacements! Butts, this story still gives Ma the willies! ☺ I'll be thinkin' abouts you! {{{hugs}}}
Kisses,
Ruby ♥

BeadedTail said...

Whoa Nelly! That's not good! Hope it's all fixed soon!

Da DB Boyz said...

OMD....what a crappy way to spend any day!

madi and mom said...

Oh No I'm so very sorry to see/read this. Wow. 34 years is a long time but dang..... on a Sunday and a day you had big plans. A year ago this past November my dentist found a cavity starting on one of the anchor teeth for my bridge. It was probably 20+ years and in good shape but they had to drill and cut it out of my mouth, repair the cavity and then make a new bridge. I coulda bought a nice used car for the price of the bridge....I hope by now you have a working mouth.
hugs madi's mom

Murphy Campbell said...

What bad timing! We hope you are all fixed up now!

Keep Calm & Bark On!

Murphy & Stanley