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The Tooth and...

My tooth has been bothering me the last few days, but after being unable to sleep last night I decided I better call the dentist. Thankfully they were able to squeeze me in today. It's one of my bottom teeth, at the very back of my mouth. Dr. Orth said it was infected, and gave me two options: get a root canal and a crown, or get it pulled. Not today, of course. But I do have to make up my mind. A root canal and crown will cost around $2000, and insurance won't pay much of it. An extraction will cost between $100-$175. I'm leaning towards the extraction, but have a week or so to decide. He prescribed me an antibiotic and Lortab for the pain. I also scheduled an appointment for a cleaning, as it's been far too long since I've had it done. Time to invest some money in my teeth I guess...

Cinnamon was SO funny last night. She was in the house and the front door was open. All of a sudden she ran downstairs and started freaking out at the door. There was a bunny in the front yard - a really CUTE bunny!

Looking forward to my trip to KC this weekend. Kaitlin and her best friend Lydia will be home Friday afternoon. They are going to the Nickelback concert at Intrust Bank Arena on Friday night. Kaleb and their roommate Dom will be here Friday afternoon. And Brandon will be home Friday night after his last final. Then early Saturday morning (Corby is staying home) all the kids and I will head to KC. Brandon, Kaleb and Dom are going to Rockfest at Liberty Memorial Park. We will drop them off, and then Kaitlin, Lydia and I will hang out for the day. We are staying at the Westin Crown Center, so the boys can just walk back to the hotel at the end of the all-day concert. Sunday morning we will head to Manhattan, where Corby will meet us with Kaitlin's truck. Before we pack up Kaitlin for her move home, we're hoping to go to the K-State/KU baseball game. Sunday is Brandon's 21st birthday!!! We will be celebrating with friends and family on Monday evening at Abuelo's!



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