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    Today l took my son to the dentist. Poor baby lost his front tooth in the playground last week, :( and it wasn?t his baby tooth. Both my boys have perfectly straight pearly whites. Just when l thought you little beauty?no braces, this happens. It cost me $1200 dollars just to take out the nerve, and seal the tooth that was left, and will probably end up costing between 4 - 6 thousand dollars for his new tooth. It's worth it just to have him smile happily again.

    ~Elizabeth
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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    Cheap, he says. If you?d have asked me for a tip about two weeks ago, when the odds were ridiculously high, l would?ve added a couple of zeros to that fiver in your pocket, and you could?ve had a mouth full of platinum teeth, for the whole world to marvel at. :P


    ~Elizabeth

    PS?long story about the health insurance. :(
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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    My sister is watching Greys Anatomy.
    Turns out Gin is still alive. Dying but not dead yet. I hope he is saved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth
    It cost me $1200 dollars just to take out the nerve, and seal the tooth that was left, and will probably end up costing between 4 - 6 thousand dollars for his new tooth.
    Great Shatner's Ghost! That's a hell of a lot of money for one tooth! :shock: I would shop for a new dentist, or at the very least, get a second opinion.

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    Well, l took him to his dentist, who sent us to a specialist Yoyo. He was in a lot of pain, and there was no time for second opinions. To be honest with you, l was happy with my dentists opinion.


    ...and as for you CoDe?

    The lowlight was the loss of my sons tooth, and the pain he had suffered. I was not complaining about the cost?but merely stimulating conversation. It can be seen in another way if you stopped thinking commando style for once.

    Half the country has a flutter on The Melbourne Cup CoDe - it?s been a tradition here since about 1861.

    Geez, lighten up, and don?t take things soooo seriously all the time.

    Anything else you want to get off your chest ?


    ~Elizabeth
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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    My lowlight .... went to the mall today with mom .... gawd!
    ..... never go to the mall on a friday at 6pm with mom .

    I never heard so much bitching from mom till she got to see todays youth at the mall...lol !
    "look at him! .. how the f does he get his hair to stand up like that!"
    ..."I bet he's a queer! " ..... and she would say this quite audibly ... :oops:

    Aaaaaarrrggggghhhhh!

    ..well, at least she was well enough today .....lol!

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    After a long hard days work, l get home in time to cook dinner for my boys, l then step outside to bring in the linen off the line, only to find more work ahead of me. Half the birds in my neighbourhood decided my washing line was the place to hang out. :(

    ~Elizabeth
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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