Quote MuminMind:Hi Huni&coco. Yes, I remember you have mentioned your mum's passing before. Did becoming a mum bring up a lot of thought about your own mum? (You are doing really well, she would be proud)Your wisdom teeth? I hate those b@astards! Have you stocked up with soup? If everything else fails, there is always baby food. Aww thanks yeah i think about her a lot. she was my bestie.i actually have been missing her heaps the last couple of days and really would love her advice, guidance and hugs.Am waiting to get paid... so i haveoption 1: starve or option 2: eat what's in the house.so im trying to take option 2 but there is limited things i can eat i got two other teeth out. not wisdom apparently don't have those yet and im 25
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27-05-2012 21:10 #31
27-05-2012 21:12 #32
PS: I really liked your thread about your letter to your ex-husband. Sorry to hear that you and your boys had to experience that kind of betrayal. But you seem really well.
27-05-2012 21:15 #33
27-05-2012 21:16 #34
Gosh, I know what it feels like to be broke and with limited food in the house. Once I ate dry cereal for dinner! NO MILK! Hope you are better stocked than I was! Or that you sneakily can invite yourself over to a friend for a snack/dinner tomorrow
A lot of people's wisdom teeth never appear, apparently!
27-05-2012 21:18 #35
I am in Mackay, are you far away from me? Funny thing, I have lived her for two years now (Lived in Sydney before that) and have never been cold like I have been for the last couple of days. Is it just me, or is it abnormally cold!?!
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27-05-2012 21:20 #36
I got my first wisdom tooth cut through last week at age 28. It hurt and I sooked worse than the baby.
27-05-2012 21:22 #37-
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I have 2 wisdom teeth,they don't give me much grief, none at all actually, though I will be voluntarily having them removed because they are very hard to brush them properly(small mouth) and I just don't *need* them.
27-05-2012 21:22 #38
I'm coastal QLD and it is freezing - and I thought winters would be a dream compared to Brisbane. It's still cold and we get the icy sea breezes blasting just to make sure there is no relief.
27-05-2012 21:23 #39
Whoo-hoo!! That's all DD needed, she's in bed content now as is mummy enjoying some chocolate before bed I was probably getting more frustrated thinking I might miss my chocolate if she didn't settle soon
Cheezlcat, when your dh has finished at your place, would you mind lending him here to coach mine??
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27-05-2012 21:25 #40
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