Another cracked tooth!

Friday, February 03, 2006

Un-smegging-believable! Technically it is not a tooth. Just the recent filling I had to have done thanks to my night time seizures. Time to crazy glue a mouth guard to my upper and lower teeth. Maybe knocking all of them out. Let's hope I never whined up in prison where I will be the most popular inmate for all the wrong reasons. Thankfully disability covers a good chunk of the dentist bill otherwise they would be getting removed. In the past 12 months I have cracked or broken apart 14 teeth. Do you think I get a free toaster with the 15th filling?

The weather around here hasn't been any better. Rain, rain and more rain is in the forecast for sometime yet. I sweart I am developing a phobia to the wet stuff. Not really the rain but more what the storms bring along as a dance partner - clusters! No matter how many times I try to explain how a change in weather causes me pain people stare at me like they are making a mental note to get the rubber on stand by. What people forget to take in to account is the way clusters work. It is not a one time event. They keep coming and coming and coming. You see its not the rain I dread but the weeks of torment the drop in the barometer tends to cause me. But why should I keep re-explaining it to the same individuals? Maybe I feel that it needs to be explained because there are no bandages to be seen. Remember, no cast means they have no pain.

There is no pain so great as the memory of joy in present grief
- Aurelius



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