Ohh, the pain! Today I went to the dentist and had a tooth get pulled. OWWWW! So, when I went in they gave me 3 shots, and that’s the best part! Ughhh. My lips and cheek felt so WIERD. It was kinda like, touching your stomach, where you don’t have a lot of nerves, and you can hardly feel it. The left side of my face felt really fat for a few hours. At least it didn’t hurt when they pulled the tooth! And they took the longest time trying to dig out the roots, and right then I was grateful for the shots. But are my gums hurting now! And now there’s this HOLE in my mouth where the tooth was supposed to be. AND I have to keep this piece of gauze in my mouth. Plus, my pesky little brother keeps asking me to take out the gauze, so that he can see the hole. Ah well. It’s “For my own good”!
Laters, cheese gaters!
“Doing reaserch is a pain in the neck.”
Hey y’all! As you can probably guess from the title…I got my ears pierced! It was on Wednesday. Me and my mom were going to go do it an then go to a bible study. So we drove right up to Claire’s, hopped out and went in. Well, it took a while for them to do it, because my mom had to fill out a bunch of boring paperwork. While my mom was doing this the lady held up a little teenie – tiny little plastic contraption and said “This is what we pierce your ears with. It’s easy peasy.” Oh gawsh. Then she took out…the needles. EEP! But fortunately, I am very skilled at hiding my emotions, because I sat still and didn’t flinch. And I’m not all that afraid of needles, to tell you the truth. Anyway, Once my mom was done… piercing time! Me and the woman who was doing the deed sanitized our hands and she said, “Okay, your just going to feel a little pinch,” and… KA-CHUNK! Owwwwwww! Dude. Whatever stuff they put in books about it not hurting? IT”S NOT TRUE!!! Well, maybe I’m exaggerating a little, but yes. It hurt. Then she did the other ear. And it looks awesome! Except, I have to wait SIX WHOLE MONTHS before I can wear any other earrings. I only have these, and a couple hundred dangley ones. Ah well. I still look awesome!
“Doing research is a pain in the neck.”