|SB's Tuna Melt is my breakfast before the surgery.|
|Gave in to the Buy 1 Get 1 deal on their seasonal drinks as well!|
I can’t stop but wonder what was the purpose of my wisdom teeth when they have to be removed. Are they just mere epitomes of the words pain demands to be felt? What I learned is that there are things that we need to simply get rid of now matter how painful they may be. We often think that we can go on with life carrying unnecessary baggage, and enduring the pain. I felt the pain caused by my wisdom teeth. I tried to endure it and simply wait for them to come out until it has been giving me headaches, terrible ones, and was not allowing me to eat properly or even opening my mouth wide enough. I decided to consult the dentist, actually dentists, and the common advice was to remove them. I thought of the pain surgery will cost me! The discomfort, and the pain that I have to burn a part of my pocket for the costs (unfortunately it’s not covered by my health card). However, according to them, it is the best thing to do, remove them, so that once and for all I can eat normally again, get rid of the headache and for my other teeth to position properly. The pros weigh obviously better than the cons. As of this writing, I feel better and I’m kind of excited to eat again, and for my teeth to position properly again. Maybe the best thing to do with the excess baggage of our lives is to pray to God about them, hand them to Him, get rid of them and move about life freely and less painfully. O diba, realizations on wisdom tooth. Haha!