The Picture Says It All . . . Kinda

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So . . . the plan was to write all day and that got undone by 11:30.  I bit into a piece of matzah since it was there and one of my teeth cracked in half.  The rest of the day was spent at the dentist where I got fitted with a temp crown and am now waiting for a permanent one.  My mouth is itchy and I’m hungry because that traitorous matzah was lunch.  Not a good day . . .

WHICH GETS BETTER!

While doing an x-ray for the broken tooth, they found that one of my remaining wisdom teeth has a cavity in the side.  They both have to go.  No idea if insurance will cover that, so I’ll have to find out in 2 weeks when I go in for the crown.

AND IT GETS BETTER AGAIN!

The tooth next to the bad wisdom tooth (doesn’t seem like that wise of a body part) has gotten a cavity.  Looks like it was born from the other one.  Gone to the root, which means the always enjoyable ROOT CANAL.  Again, insurance is a mystery here.  Going to have to find out another day.

So, this is a big crimp in the ‘finish Legends of Windemere before 2017′ plan.  Doesn’t do wonders for my hopeful release of Charms of the Feykin.  I’m kind of out of it and really need to get some food.  On the plus side, I wasn’t much of a gum chewer to begin with.  Skittles, Starburst, and Laffy Taffy will be missed.

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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19 Responses to The Picture Says It All . . . Kinda

  1. That sucks. I’ve been on a broken tooth kick for a couple of years. Now I have a chip in a front one. I’m trying to ignore it until some other issues get addressed with our medical flex account. I have to get my wife involved in that part, and she isn’t real motivated. PS: I’ve had cavities in wisdom teeth for years. They didn’t hurt, so I left them alone. Finally broke one and had it removed a couple of years ago. The state has good insurance though.

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  2. This is a Morton’s Moment (When it rains it pours)

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  3. C.E.Robinson says:

    Sorry about the tooth (teeth) problem! Some days wouldn’t it be good to be a robot with handy spare parts and fixes! Hope all works out well with the insurance! 💛 Christine Elizabeth

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  4. Yikes! I’m sorry to hear the horrible day you had, I wish WordPress would have an Oh No! Button instead of like.
    I hope everything turns out okay for you.

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  5. Rachel says:

    Oh, God that’s awful. 😦 I hope you feel better and everything goes as smoothly as it can!

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  6. N. N. Light says:

    Oh man, Charles, I’m so sorry about your teeth issues. That’s gotta be the worst. I went 12+ years without dental insurance and I had one issue after another. I agree with John… this is a classic Morton Moment. Sending healing thoughts your way and I hope it’s all covered via insurance. Gawd, I hate the dentist!

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  7. zombiephreak says:

    So sorry to hear about all this man 😦

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