Monday, June 14, 2010
Weeelll, it's been 10 full days since the tooth was pulled and my mind is a bit more clear on all of the events that took place afterwards. All I can say is, WOW coupled with YIKES and that sums it up. Apparently, I was trying to convince my wife, who so graciously transported my carcass home after the surgery that I was, in fact the "King of doing a Cartwheel"! Yes, it's really that emphatic, unfortunately. I have a vague recollection of these events and of saying rather colorful things, all of the first words that you learn in the school yard playground...the ones that get your mouth smacked or worse, washed out with soap. So, with healthy doses of Hydrocodone and Antibiotics (apparently the human mouth is a pretty gross place! Ugh!) I have been nursed back to good and proper health enough to reflect on how silly I was. With this in mind, some very good friends of ours share a video with me that pretty much hit the target. This same fellow brought a tiara for his wife and drove her around town when she had her wisdom teeth earlier this year. He in turn had HIS MOTHER pick him up from the doctor and take him home when his teeth were pulled out some time later, fearing the inevitable reprisal...I'm sure she will get even...oh well! enjoy the video.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Well, it's finally here and not a moment too soon! Some how we all made it through Finals week and with one week under our belt I find myself being a bit worn down. I did get some rest and a bit of relief from having my wisdom tooth pulled (today!). All that I will say is that I HATE going to the dentist and I left there with everybody as my best friend...minus a tooth...and remained that way for at least 2 more hours. So, as I sit here in bed, watching Spider-Man with my two youngest daughters I have decided that this summer will be a (cue trumpets) SUMMER OF THE ARTS! Yes boys and girls, Mr. P will be doing all of the following this summer: Writing 2 books (one book and one kids book), Illustrating one of those books, playing in a mandolin and guitar in a band, and maybe even auditioning for a play! Now, normally I would have been tormenting kids in summer school but alas, it is not to be. So I will opt for the next best thing, tomenting my poor wife and children. It's really not that bad, but I figure this stuff will keep me out of trouble and will help me work towards my goal of completing one of the two books that I wanted to write this year. Oh, and check the book club blog site if you want to know what I have been reading this summer. Time for me to sign off, I have to go drink my dinner!