The site was down overnight. Yikes! Sorry about this. I slept through it.
It's our wedding anniversary today. It's happy.
I’m contemplating a friendship. I had oral surgery last week. All four of my impacted wisdom teeth removed and a piece of my jaw bone. The surgeon said beforehand that it would be “brutal”. So I needed a ride because obviously I was going to be put under. I live a half hour from everything but have a friend/neighbor that lives close by. He works from home so has a flexible schedule so I asked him for a ride. After the surgery they gave him some instructions on a sheet as well as verbally told us although I was fresh out of anesthesia and advised him to stay with me a couple of hours after. Well, he dropped me off at home and took the instructions with him. I saw him yesterday and he said “oh ya I was supposed to give you all these instructions but I was cleaning out my car yesterday and just tossed them haha.” This surgery was a big deal and no joke. My physical health and even death can be impacted as well as just the overall vulnerability I had to get a grip on ((extreme discomfort with dentists, ie, the last cleaning I had I cried all the way home- it’s a thing and I know I’m not the only one). Moral of the story (probably more than one but this one seems at the fore): Maybe its not so hard for people with Scorpio to trust, but for them to find people who are worthy of their trust.
Your neighbor is an irresponsible idiot! Any decent person would've at least stayed long enough to make sure you were returning to normal and had everything you needed including the vital instructions.
You're incredibly brave to even have that surgery, not to mention having it during COVID. Even finding a great dentist with decent staff is not easy.
I have to have numbing gel on my gums to endure a cleaning, and to allow them to give me the Novocaine -- two shots to get numb enough for drilling. If you haven't been offered the gel, next time demand it, with a full five minute wait for it to work.
Sending my best wishes for a quick recovery!