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Ok now I am ANGRY!!!! Their daughter ran into the side of my van with her bike. They were allowing their kids and their friend's kids to ride bikes in our side of the driveway and their daughter cannot control her bike and slammed into our van!!! I was outside when it happened and he did not say one word not sorry ,kiss my butt nothing!

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You can do it Vic! I'm rooting for you!

 

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Thanks Fudgie!! I did it!!! I was good! I listening to my movie and my pill worked and I look much better!! Just no biting things with my front teeth like apples or corn on the cob etc or ribs or wings. I have to cut more things up but that is ok with me. I am happy!

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She might have to bond a tiny bit of one of my other teeth because it has shifted as well but overall this is awesome!! And I am so so happy for insurance let me tell you! Otherwise this would've been over $700. And I paid $50.

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Today when I was showing our chapter president the poster she asked me to pick up another task. She asked me if I would run the kitchen for Bible camp this summer. So I have to run a kitchen for 300 people for a week.

 

Something is telling me she's trying to groom me to be the next chapter president.

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I think the best thing I ever did was have those teeth bonded. Now they are normal sized and not tiny and they are far more straight! I am so so so much more happy with this than that stupid partial. Too bad $1600 had to be wasted on that. But at the time the space was too great to bond.

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I could never at this point in my life be married to a lazy man. I am so happy my husband is always doing something. He's always working, volunteering ,fixing the yard ,fixing things in the house, fixing cars. And when he's not doing that he is cycling ,running ,weightlifting. He is just a person chock full of energy.

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I think the neighbour's kids are getting the idea that they have to shut up. Now instead they just stand there and stare. Yesterday though he was teaching his kids how to hit baseballs in the backyard towards the vehicles. And there is a baseball field not 200 m behind the houses.

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Maybe taking long-term projects is a mistake right now. I don't think I'm ready yet. I really can't wait for Wednesday to be over. And I committed to a long-term project in August after that no more long-term projects until I'm ready. There is still too much stress impacting my body.

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Isn't life in general full of potholes? I think in term of how far you've come. You've gone way more forwards than backwards.

 

Oh for sure that is life and it's everybody's life. Yes, I am going forwards I just hit little potholes now and again. I'm just irritated I'm not fully back where I was pre breakdown. It will be two years in 2 weeks since my breakdown and I'm not completely recovered yet.

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