A Full Recovery is at Hand

A Full Recovery is at Hand

That's right, late last week the tide turned and I immediately noticed the difference. While sitting in class at 11:30 AM the Hoover Dam of snot broke free and really started flowing. The 5 kleenexes I had taken to class were pushed beyond capacity as I was forced to blow a kleenex full every two minutes for the remaining twenty minutes of class. Yes, Ewww is right. Cautious not to blazon my return to good health I held off on posting this until now. Since Thursday my cough has gone from a deep, room clearing rumble to virtually non-existent. My ears have since stopped popping so I can hear again, and despite murdering a couple boxes of kleenex, my sinuses remain relatively clear. Two weeks of that was more than…
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Notes From A Dentist Visit

Notes From A Dentist Visit

1. Two years and eleven months may be too long in between visits. 2. When your dental hygienist tells you where it's going to hurt and recommends ibuprofen, it's bad. 3. When a cleaning takes an hour and it is more of an archeological dig to find your teeth, it's bad. 4. If your blood covers so much of the bib on your chest that you're not sure what it's original color was, that's bad. 5. At the conclusion of your visit and your dental hygienist is rehashing how bad it was, things like "some of the tarter was black, so it's been in there for a long time," aren't good news. 6. When your Canadian girlfriend who likes to go to the dentist on a monthly basis reads this,…
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