I took the weekend off from blogging.

Hopefully everyone’s Labor Day weekend was as relaxing as mine was. Spent most of it enjoying the cooler weather and sleeping in. Saturday was a trip out to the in-laws’ place for a small Birthday celebration for me while Courtney was out at her Aunt’s for the weekend doing the same thing. Got some B’Day cash that I promptly used to collect a few items that have been on my Amazon wishlist for awhile and then spent most of the weekend either watching the DVDs I’d picked up or playing one of the video games.

Yesterday on the way out to pick up Courtney one of my crowns came off its tooth. This is the same crown that came off during the last cleaning at the dentist and it was only on with a temporary bond to hold it until I could get back in to have the tooth underneath repaired and perhaps a new crown made. That appointment isn’t until the 14th, though, so I’m going to have to see if I can get back into the dentist before then and have the old one put back on. I’ve also noticed that one of my upper right molars has been extremely sensitive to temperature since the cleaning so I need to have them take a look at that as well. Needless to say, a missing crown on one side and a sensitive tooth on the other has made eating an exercise in painful decisions. I’ve currently got the mother of all headaches as a result and have been suffering through it since yesterday evening.

But up until that event yesterday I had been having a nicely lazy weekend. I’ll write about the new DVDs and video games I picked up a little later once I get rid of this headache.

2 thoughts on “I took the weekend off from blogging.

  1. My sympathies. I wrote about my own dental problems last week, and man, do I understand what it can be like. Even down to a Labor Day weekend with problems…

    Hang in there.

  2. A drugstore, like long’s or walgreens, sometimes has a temporary dental paste that you can use to glue down a loose crown or cap.  If you lost the crown, then there is also a dental wax that might help.  Sensitive teeth may no be a problem, just sensitive and Sensodyne toothpaste is the BEST on the market.  Get the “original” if you can find it.  It has no flavorings, no additives.  Doesn’t taste great, but it does work.

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