Friday Night Frights

Having 5 kids in 7 years can be hard on one’s body (and..sanity) This includes teeth.

Yes I had prenatal vitamins, yes I took them…cough cough most of the time.

But about halfway through the populating of our family, my teeth started falling out…..with a little help of dental surgeons, pliers and a lot of force.

Today I’m still without two teeth. Gasp!

I know…I know….but my smile is so pretty, I couldn’t possibly be missing teeth.

Tonight, I’m proud to report, I will go under the knife again. But this time my dentist doesn’t speak more than 10 words in English and she’s half my age…well, she looks half my age. She also requires the assistance of another dentist. (Ummm….is she qualified…now that I think about it I didn’t see her degree on the wall. And I think she said something about a correspondence class she took from America….)

Not only does she need help, she scheduled my surgery for 8:30 on a Friday night.

I was half expecting her to give me an address for another location that sort of looks like this….

Long dark hallways with an occasional scream coming from behind it’s many locked doors.

I haven’t watched a horror movie in over 10 years. But I promise you…my mind is visualizing somethings I wish I could forget. (I can hear the screech…screech…screech from Friday the 13th!!…..and did you know there is an official website for this movie? Someone should really do something about this…but not me. As soon as I saw Jason’s mask come into view, I was out of there.)

My only consolation is the tiny orange pill she gave me to take about an hour before I arrive at her backyard garage…I mean office.

She gave it to me with a twinkle in her eye and said one of her 10 English words …….”relax”

And that is just what I intend to do.

Have a great weekend folks. Mine will be filled with gauze, blood, pain killers and jello….IF I make it out alive.

Now where is my orange pill?

Categories: Andrzejewski, dentist
  • Tracy @ our Journey

    Wow! I am right there with ya!

    I hate going to the dentist…it even makes me sick at my stomach when I take the kids!


  • Dani Joy

    Oooo Nina! What an imagination! Well your kidos took your teeth, mine took my hearing. After going under twice I can hear all their beautiful voices! God will take care of you!

  • ~K~

    Hope all goes well…will be praying (Take your husband with you if you can!)

  • TCKK

    Hope all goes well! I’ll say a prayer for you.

  • Starla

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh!!! That is scary, the whole blog. I’ll pray for you.

  • Pilar Stark

    wow….. pray everything goes well… if not, nice to have met you…… Noooo, I was just joking!!!Everything will go ok you will see 🙂 Can’t wait to hear how it went 🙂 heheh

  • Heather

    I prayed for you and I’m looking forward to seeing your next blog post about the first dentist work done in Portugal. 🙂

    I feel so bad….I haven’t been on your blog in at least a month! Shame on me! I do pray for you daily. Love ya!

  • Amrita

    Oh dear Nina, God help you (laughing)

    I am so scared of dentists.
    Here there are very posh, clean upbeat places so we are taken care of, but the cheaper ones …the less said about them the better.

    Have you seen The MrBean episode at the dentists?Maybeyou should watch it before your appointment.LOL

  • Aurora


    Thank goodness you made out of that horrible place. HEHE!

    I know you made it home last night but how are you doing today with the afteraffects.

  • Sandy Sellers

    I am going to wait until I get to Nepal to go to the denist. It will be a lot cheaper. I’m sure a lot scarier too. LOL.

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