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Never Mind the Mess…

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full moon in pink sky
setting over green hills light
shines upon me…

~las

It is a wholesome and necessary thing for us to turn again to the earth and in the contemplation of her beauties to know the sense of wonder and humility. Rachel Carson

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    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      I thought so too!! 🙂

    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      It almost rivals a sunset in that special color, only much softer. 🙂

  1. Mary says:

    Magical view! Here’s to a speeds recovery!

    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      Thanks Mary and i’m certainly hoping for one… a little backslide tonight as i’ve got an infection in the bottom molars and my mouth is very uncomfortable…. maybe going to more surgery tomorrow…. lovely. It will end and i hold that… xox

      1. Mary says:

        It’s been a long road – hope all goes well.

        1. ĽAdelaide says:

          thanks so much mary… i’m scheduled for more surgery monday AM… not looking forward to that as i’m worried about the infection. i’ll assume the “experts” no better. :0/
          xo

  2. susancrow says:

    I was very sorry just now to learn your brother had died recently. Not having seen a family member in a long time doesn’t mean you don’t have deep feelings for them. I hope the family is doing well.

    Now you’re in the process of getting your teeth seen to and that’s good (even though it’s also awful). In a book I just read a naval surgeon went to look after sailors (this was early 19th century btw) who had been at sea for 18 months and whose own doctor had died months before. Besides the injuries that had to be seen to a number of them had problem teeth. He mused that it was amazing that men could have an arm or leg sawn off with little more than a groan but grew shy when it came time to open their mouths.

    I hope you are recovering well, my friend.
    xoxo

    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      yes, as to your first two questions… family is fine and i’m embarking over the abyss. The abyss led me directly into a massive infection in the lower molars.
      🙁 i am most unhappy because on monday i am now needing to have at least one more pulled even tho i hadn’t planned that til the uppers were healed up. Best laid plans i guess… i should know better. Now i’m on some dreadful antibiotic, swollen like a deranged chipmunk and very grouchy. grrrr….

      haha about those poor military men who were more scared of the lowly dentist than the amputation surgeon!!! I COMPLETELY get it! I will say one good thing and that is propefol… fab anesthetic without the usual depressive effects and quick too. liked that…

      so make offerings at 8am monday for me, my sweet. i shall need them as i’m not so chipper this go ’round. i’ll catch you up to speed via private email.
      xoxoxox

      1. susancrow says:

        Offerings, good wishes, and what light I can engender has come your way. I’m so sorry to hear about the complications. Smiling dentists and their cheerful assistants always creep me out too. I think a prerequisite for their profession should be having a few teeth removed without anaesthetic. Hmpff..
        xoxo

        1. ĽAdelaide says:

          well, i”m here to say i’m at least, the very least, depending upon your state of seeing, alive…. depressed from the drugs and process and pain and lack of anything going on in my world other than this suffering… but at least i think, naw, not gonna say it…

          now the oral surg. wants #19 somehow saved…how to save a twice rc’d tooth i don’t know.. that’s next on the list anyway, no more tooth pulling i hope but that tooth is threatening but then i’m looking at implants, grafts, etc… not to mention extremely poor state of bank account. geez, it shouldn’t be so hard.

          supposed to have kids over next week but think i’d scare them with my blue/green cheek and black eye. 😉
          xoxox

  3. Mel says:

    ….k….catching up, it would seem it went as well as teeth yanking can go, bruised faced, puffiness not aside. You’d have to laugh at us for wanting to hold on to failing equipment that’s 50 some years old….but a dentist that silly? Geeze….as one who went through the new process for dental plates, I’m amazed at how much it’s changed since I got a partial at age 16….price ya pay for having a steering wheel shoved into your mouth. Not a fun process and on top of it you add the humiliation of being toothless for weeks or months until they constructed the partial. I applaude the growth they’ve made!! And it IS less painful physically. Still hurts like hell. Toss in an infection and I wanna poke someone’s eyeballs out.
    I’m proud of you for being so gracious.

    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      thanks dear one…. i’m doing ok tonight and hoping tomorrow and the next just keeps improving but… i know enough to realize the chances are the next tooth is going to fail and so on… i’m prepared for it but hopeful for otherwise. i do not plan on a denture tho but rather strategic implants.

      you poor dear to have gone thru such a trauma at that age… they’ve come a long way since those days tho, i must say, even in the past 20, it’s remarkable. but i credit that sweet young doc of mine for most of making it passably bearable. xxx 😉

  4. Mel says:

    P.S. Wow. I had an awesome full moon but not like THAT!

    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      a very lucky capture, i’d say… xox

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