Fingers Crossed — the Corner Turned, Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Finally!

Crossing my fingers on both hands (my toes, my arms, my legs, my eyes)

This is the THIRD day without jaw, tooth, nose, eye pain!

I still have a dull, nagging roar of pain under my ear…but OH! MY! The joy of the lessening of the rest of the pain!

I am so incredibly grateful for starting to experience ‘feeling good’ again.

Yay!

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,

Linda

 

22 thoughts on “Fingers Crossed — the Corner Turned, Tuesday, January 21, 2020

    • I have, but my teeth didn’t fall out (I was afraid of that) and my gums are still okay. It seems the bite affected my nerves the most…so the pain was over the top, but now receeding! YAY

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  1. Oh Dear Linda, I hope you feel better soon. I scrolled back to see what caused all this (I’m always behind) but got sidetracked by Boomer and Mindy and your beautiful days on the farm, then stopped to leave a comment on your numbers post, because, yes, me too! And now I’m out of time, so still don’t know, but whatever caused you such pain, I hope it stays away forever.

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  2. Lulu: “We are very happy to hear that you are starting to shake the effects of that nasty spider bite!”
    Charlee: “I think we need to put up a big picture of that spider here at the house so Chaplin and I know not to try to play with it.”
    Chaplin: “I would still play with it.”
    Charlee: “You’re such a boy.”
    Lulu: “Okay sure we can put up a picture of that spider. Also we have black widows here so I’ll put up a picture of them. And Dada saw a scorpion once. And also—”
    Charlee: “Ahhh! Just stop! I’m never coming down from the cat tree again!”

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