I was told many years ago I had bone disease in my mouth, hence why I had loose teeth. I've finally got round to doing something about it after a post snapped before Christmas and I risk losing a front tooth. A plan with the dentist is in place. It involves the extraction of 5 teeth, a bone graft and 5 implants. It's not going to be cheap, coming in at £21,000 But with child 4 getting married in September and me existing on a liquid diet for over a month, it's got to be done.
13 Sunday Collected the pets tags from the vets for 2019, called in Starbucks for a coffee and an impromptu nail appointment, before spending 2 hours at the dentist. We had dinner, watched 2 movies, soaked in the bath and watched the football.
The hospital where the dentist was located was huge, the whole area is called Health Care City.
14 Monday I re registered the car last week, insurance and road worthy test, had the car serviced and new front brake pads and discs and the courier delivered my new registration card today. I cleaned the upstairs of the house and had to pop to the local mall to buy beige shorts for the golf on the weekend.
Soup and liquid diet for me till my teeth are fixed.
15 Tuesday We were shunted from behind on the way to the dog park, all ok, no damage just a bit shaken and annoyed. Had my hair cut, did some batch cooking and cleaned the downstairs of the house.
I've loved my bed this week.
16 Wednesday I was in Abu Dhabi at 7.30am ready for marshalling the HSBC Golf part of the European Tour. Pub Quiz and dinner out.
It's a beautiful course to walk.
17 Thursday I spent the day as a spotter, lurking in the bushes in the line of fire and letting the golfers know where their ball went, mostly in bunkers, water hazards and under a cacti.
Sunset in Abu Dhabi, spotting balls was tricky oin this light.
18 Friday The day was spent marshalling the 16th green, keeping the spectators behind the ropes and quiet. It's amazing how many people ignored me, thinking the rules don't apply to them.
The weather has been cold over the weekend but perfect for my nasturtium to flower.
19 Saturday Final day of the golf and it was spent transitioning players from the 13th green to the 14th tee in front of the 18th tee and keeping spectators back. Once the last pair came through I then marshalled the crowds on the 18th tee and followed the golfers down the fairway to the green to see Shane Lowry win, we had a party afterwards for all the volunteers, got home at 9pm, bath, foot pack on and into bed.
On the blog this week:
That sunset photo is stunning! It sounds like you had a really interesting time at the golf. Sorry to hear about your teeth, what a nightmare!ReplyDelete
I loved every minute of the golf and I'm back at it again this weekDelete
That course looks like a great setting. I'm trying to think of something to say about the quite for your teeth without swearing!!! Glad you and the car survived the shunt, what a pain #365ReplyDelete
swear away on my behalf, may have to sell the bloody car to cover the billDelete
Sorry to read that you are on a soup diet. I do hope the teeth problem is solved. #365ReplyDelete
thank you, there is a positive though I am losing some weightDelete
I love the sunset photo it is gorgeous. Sorry to read about the soup diet. I hope things have improved xxReplyDelete
things are getting better thank youDelete
Sounds like a busy week marshalling! Oh no sorry to hear about the teeth! £21,000?? Ouch!ReplyDelete
Glad the shunt wasn't anymore serious
loving in the golf meeting some great peopleDelete
Your dental plan cost is shocking, gulp! And here I was thinking that my root canal work for £650 was a racket. Your floral bedding is lovely.ReplyDelete
The golf course is beautiful, and you look smart in your uniform.
I hope this week is better for you. The soup diet doesn't sound fun at all.
I know I'm still crying over the dental bill and treatment hasn't started yetDelete