Well the surgery was a success! Ben’s four little wisdom teeth were sitting on his lap 20 minutes after he left my side…20 minutes people!! How is that even possible, I wonder? After I was de-briefed about how to take care of the little patient at home, we were off to get some pain meds, ice and Jell-O! Oh, he wanted to share this with you all – a post wisdom teeth removal selfie:
That’s his mad face. Let’s be honest – I’d be mad too. Getting your wisdom teeth out sucks hard.
Back at home I worked for a little bit and around 11:30, I got huuuungry. I knew just what I wanted too – leftover vegetarian pad thai and a crisp, cold, delicious sliced apple.
Dare I say the leftovers were even better than last night??
Oh apples, I love you!
This one was multi-colored…pretty!
I am so proud of my Dad. As soon as Ben and I’s wedding plans began to take shape in 2008 – so did my Dad’s workout plan. That man was on the treadmill and eating salads everyday for months leading up to the big day…all so he could feel proud to walk his daughter down the aisle, as he said.
After the wedding, he continued staying fit with occasional visits to the treadmill, but really picked things back up this Spring, when he set the goal for himself to run the race! Recently, he’s taken his running from the treadmill to the streets in final preparation – and I’m confident that the 5k will be a complete success for him tomorrow. I couldn’t be prouder – he has worked really hard to make this a reality for himself! GO POPS!
What are you having for lunch today!?