Oh, My Aching Tooth…

 

I got two cavities filled today. Up until about two years ago, I’d never had a cavity in my life, so this is a bummer. It was between two molars, and I guess it wasn’t as bad as having my tooth drilled right down the center, but it was bad enough. And now that the Novacaine has worn off, my mouth is core and I’m cranky.

On the upside, since the kids are off from school today for Yom Kippur, we decided to take advantage of the “kids eat free” coupon at Chili’s (oh chicken enchilada soup, how I love thee…). We also went to Hobby Lobby and Christmas Tree Shops to browse.

I picked up these rolls of tulle for part of Laura’s Halloween costume. Can you guess who she wants to be?

A Spider-Man tutu is in the works.

Yes — Spider-Man :-) It’s been a while since I made a tutu, but I think it will be much easier working off of these small rolls than the last time when I made it from cut yardage. Even if she decides on something else for trick-or-treating she’s going to wear this to the party at the local comic shop. (Drew is trying to convince me to wear the girl Robin costume I bought on a whim last year… eep!) I think that Jake should dress up in a shirt, tie, hat, and over and find some briefcase for men and go as Clark Kent. Noah’s got a Super-Man costume. And I’m sure Drew has something in mind, LOL…

Anyway, there’s plenty of time to sort it out.

As for the rest of the day, well… it’s chilly and rainy and aside from maybe (maybe) folding a load of laundry, I think I’m going to play up my achy mouth. I think a cup of tea and some crochet is in order, don’t you?

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