Sunday, 15 September 2019

On Wisdom Teeth & Good Fortune

It's been a bit of a mixed week weather wise.  We have had a bit of sun, a drop of rain, and dull and dismal but the biggest change is the colder nights and mornings.  Yesterday morning the heating clicked itself on at 7.30am and then off again at 8.30am when it had raised the temperature just above shivering point.  By lunchtime the sun was out and I had the windows open and my shorts on.  How weird is that?  It just shows that Autumn is skating towards us determinedly.

I have started packing stuff ready for the move. Although we don't have a completion date yet, we have exchanged contracts so the move will take place. G has emptied the shed so that we have somewhere to store the boxes (I would find it too depressing looking at them all the time in the house) His gardening stuff has been moved to a small lock up which we rent on site, and which we can keep on for a while after we move.  Firstly, I have sorted out the drinking glass cupboard in the kitchen.  Some decent items were taken to the CS yesterday, 4 carrier bags worth in fact, and the best crystal is being wrapped in bubble wrap and packed into a box.  One of the wardrobes was also sorted out yesterday and tidied up.  It's going to take me ages doing it on my own but I'll get there by November.

On Friday poor DD had to go into hospital to have 2 difficult wisdom teeth extracted under a general anaesthetic.  When SiL brought her home in the afternoon we went to sit with her while he collected the children from school.  She has really been through the mill. The right side of her face was puffy, her lip bruised and she was in pain.  Apparently, they had to take a bit of bone with one of the teeth and the sinus opened up so they had to stitch that closed too. She still can't open her mouth very far and is surviving on cups of tea, soup, yogurt and tiny bits of cheese which she can melt on the tongue. I have been so worried about her that my IBS has flared up again too, what a pain (literally)

Does anyone know of any natural remedies for IBS?

On the positive side this month, I have had a few more craft sales on the internet (around £30)
a £75 win on my premium bonds...yay!...(Although I will have to cash most of them in in a few weeks to pay for the new house :(   a £50 cheque from the Populous Live survey site ( I get about 2 a year) and an amazing £25 on a scratch card.  It has all gone into the savings pot for the move.



G on the other hand got a speeding ticket and has had to pay £88 to attend a driving awareness course...grrrr…...it's the second time he's been caught on the same stretch of road too.  He can pay that himself.

As I write this I can hear the church bells in the village.  I'm really going to miss that....

Anyway, have a lovely day everyone and stay safe wherever you happen to be x

10 comments:

  1. The way the weeks are flying by moving day will be here before you know it.
    Ouch for poor DD. Wisdom teeth can be so nasty. I hope she recovers soon.
    Lovely to have some wins.
    Hugs-x-

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  2. Good luck with the packing of boxes. I haven't moved anywhere for 26 years, but remember it being a thankless task and I only had a small flat then! Your poor daughter. I hope she's soon feeling a bit more comfortable. Well done on your windfalls!

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  3. It's so good you're tackling the sorting now, its makes moving far simpler. My friend moved taking so much she doesn't need, want or will ever use and now its getting in the way.

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    1. I really do only want to take what we need / want. No point in shedding it later after moving in.

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  4. Congratulations on your craft sales. I hope the wisdom teeth heal quickly. I was amazed at how the warm salt water helped.

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  5. good luck with the packing, sounds like you have it in control!
    I plan on taking as little as possible when we move

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