Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday: S

TODAY I'M JOINING MY BUDDY SAMMY FROM 
Today's post is brought to you by the letter S

Before I wow you with my poetic skills,  I'd like to 
pay tribute to the inventor of this wonderful event

Sammy K
Sensational friend to all
Admired by everybuddy
Manly mancat in touch with his sensitive side, girls like that!

Mama's boy and that is  A ok with us!!
Young at heart
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Stare

Sometimes I stare into out of space

Sometimes I stare into your face



Sometimes I stare just to give you a scare

Sometimes when I stare it is without care.
When all is said and done, a stare is just a stare it is not that rare


and most times there is nothing there!



THE END

Dental Bridge Update from yesterday's post from Mom


I got home at 1:15 yesterday .  I was in the chair from 9:50am until 12:50 pm...minus a short potty break.  Thank goodness I went ahead and did not tarry on the appt. After a nice shot of Novocaine... The removal of the bridge was a piece of cake...took about 15 min.  The prep on the anchor teeth and the yanking and tugging and stretching of my small mouth (stop laughing it is small but works good) was rough.  They have to pack string around the anchor teeth to keep the gum off when making the impression.  I could feel that a bit had a choice of getting another shot in the roof of my mouth too but I was told it would sting worse than a bee bite so I decide to (not) grin and bear it.  I cannot chew on the left side (Madi might indeed have to chew my food) AT all until I have the perm bridge and it was suggested to have a soft diet for 2 weeks nothing like steak or pork chops. If you chew on the temp it is liable to pop up!!  Good thing I like macNcheese and veggies and bake spuds. Next appt. 11/2...it will be easy peasy.

37 comments:

  1. Also, sorry about the dental work. Been there! I can't stand the dentist!

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  2. Pawsome poems!

    And dat stinks dat ya can't chew - if ya need any bacon chewed, ya can always send it my way.

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  3. what a fab tribute for the bestest ginger boy!!! I hope the two weeks with soft-kibble are over soon.... my dad just left the house and is on the way to the bridge of fate.... maybe it was not the best idea of the mama to make a walnut tart today...

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  4. Great post Madi
    Oh that are nasty, Mr Dentist visits are NOT funs and he held you captive fur like 87 hours!!!! Hope yous feeling betters today
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  5. We just love your poem, Madi! We think your mom needs to have lots of ice cream! Ice cream make everything all better☺

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  6. What a great poem. So glad that the dentist deal went kind of well and the good news is that it is over now. We agree, ice cream is the best. Have a good day.

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  7. Hari Om
    Your poem today had me staring right to its end!!! brava Madi. Now go give some starable snuggles to TOGM; that toofies bizzo is no funz at all... hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  8. You look like you are really concentrating hard Madi.

    I know you'll be glad when all the dental work is done.

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  9. I love your stare and I love your stare is just a stare and nothing is there lines. to funny... in the second one you look like you might be seeing a GHOST...

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  10. Oh my! Thanks for the tribute to ME to start off your post today dear Madi! I love your STARE poem too - we cats know how to be very mysterious with our stares into outer space....you'd think humans would know by now that we see stuff they can't! I'm sure your Mom is glad to have PART ONE of her bridge extravaganza done. But I'm also sure she will be glad when it's FINISHED. My Mom has a permanent bridge but has had to have a lot of things done to it over the years. It's still nice not to have to remove it EVER! Sending her hugs......and you some too!!!

    Love, Sammy

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  11. We love your poem! Raz can't help but STARE at your beauty!! eeek on the bridge work!!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  12. Oh no! I feel all your pain having had dental woes since I was 13 and knocked my front teeth out playing murder at midnight with my cousins. Those shots in the roof of the mouth are awful and probably worse than the procedure. I too have a bridge on my lower jaw. i swear they almost suffocated me making the impression. So Madi give your mom your best side snuggles! She needs moral support!!!!

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  13. I am loving this poetry! Guess the dentist didn't have to break out the jackhammer!

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  14. Madi that was a fabulous poem and to the Mom with dental work we understand what you mean. We had to do a new crown and although it's not as involved as the Bridge work it seems like the prep work is about the same, and length of time in chair too. Just add Mom's vertigo to the mix and there is always room for mayhem when she goes to the Dentist & she's been in the chair 3 times in less than a month (one was her normally scheduled cleaning).

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  15. Great poetry! Hooray!

    Ghostwriter says dental work is such a pain! When she had her root canal done last August, the novacaine didn't wear off until late that night! Yow! When all was said and done, and now she has a brand new crown, the bill was a shocker because she went over the amount allowed by her insurance!

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  16. So the appointment went fairly well except for the tugging and being in the chair too long. True that the next appt will be a piece of cake... :) Glad you updated. S for stare... kitties aren't much different when it comes to staring, right Madi? Hugs and scritches!

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  17. BOL, Mum does that weird stare into space too Madi.
    You did so well at the dentist, 3 hours is a long time to sit in one place.
    It will all be worth it when you get your super duper new bridge.
    Elliot and Cricket x

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  18. Madi you look a lot like our EL she has a different colored nose also, we sure hope your momma is feeling better. stella rose

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  19. OH, we are SO into staring! What a great poem!
    We're so glad part one of your mom's bridge work is d-o-n-e!!!
    Cammie!

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  20. That is a good poem with a lovely tribute to Sammy. I hope your mum remembers not to chew. It's not as easy as you think!

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  21. Very nice. Hey mom, did you get a free toothbrush?

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    1. We received your mom's note about no free toothbrush. Gee that's not good. At my dad's dental office, they always offer him a free toothbrush (no, he has an electric so they gave him a free brush head for his Oral B), free floss and a free mini tube of Colgate. We think that your mom's dentist needs to "up" his game. Oh we all like cats here too.

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    2. My dad says that he has two gold crowns. One on the left side and one on the right side, both covering a root canal that had been done previously. Well guess what? Just like your mom, some time later, a small dark spot showed up in both root canals (not at the same time) and so they had to drill through both gold crowns, redo the root canals, give my dad lots of needles (3 or 4), recharge for new root canals and then fill the drill holes with some stuff (not gold). In any case, we think that your mom wins this one. Ouch :( We're glad that Madi will not suffer a decrease in her standard of living.

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  22. It's a fabulous poem! And your poor mom.... owwie, oweeie, owweie.

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  23. madi....yur S poem is total lee awesum....we like ta sit N stare two.....freekz out de food servizz gurl for sure....N sorree yur mom hada time oh it...may bee her kneadz tz stock up pn soop N mice creem !!


    we bee out til monday sew heerz two a deep sea smelt kinda week oh end ~~~~~~~~ ♥♥♥♥♥

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  24. We STARE at HER sometimes....when we want a walk..or food...or the door opened. It's a great technique!

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  25. That was a great one pretty Madi! Purrs to the Mom from all of us.

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  26. Super "S" poem, Madi and Mom. Poor Mom - we hope that replacement gets here asap!!! Tell that dentist to check with FedEx - they do a great job delivering our kibble from Chewy.com:)

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  27. Oh My - not a fun day at the dentist. Glad the worse part is over except the soft food part!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  28. Awww, these pictures made me smile!! Hehe loooove them, keep up the great posts! :)
    Tina

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  29. That was a long time in the chair, I am glad the next part will be easier. Great poems Madi.

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  30. OMD, Ma KNEW she should read that update! She is getting a stomach ache just thinkin' abouts it! Butts, her 'crown diet' (yes, she has had so many, she has a 'diet' just for when she has crowns and can't chew for two weeks...) is french fries and Wendy's Frosty's! Oh, and McD's regular cheeseburgers are also easy to eat on one side (who knew). Yes, this is a VERY unhealthy 'diet' butts, by the second week, you will not care...BOL!!!
    Ma is sendin' you healin' vibes and Frosty's (with some tequila...), cause she can't bear to thinks about what your goin' through!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  31. What a great poem, Madi. And we loved your tribute to Sammy. Purrs to your mom that she can get through the next couple of weeks without you having to chew her food. :)

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  32. What a pawsome poem on Staring, Madi!! We sure hope your Mama gets through the next two weeks with no issues!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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