cori's adventures of oral fun

my fun times (hopefully lasting less than 2 years) of the orthodontic and surgical correction of my open bite, crossbite and slight overjet. sickos! what did you think it was about???

Saturday, July 30, 2005

day 11 - saturday

today we got another choppy, this one from target. yea! a fleet of choppys has been started!

later ron and i helped my sister and her boyfriend move into their new apartment! however not really. they live on the top floor of their apartment building, no elevator so we're talking 2 long flights of stairs. i wanted to help, but i'm only at day 11! i did carry one small box up the stairs, i started getting slower and slower the more stairs i went up. at the top, i was pooped and done. i spent the rest of my time resting on the couch. :) i know, i know. i feel almost normal, until i try to do normal things.

after we helped for 10 minutes with the moving, i said "let's have some ice cream!" (it was hot out, and i wanted ice cream!) i convinced everyone that we should get some coldstone. so off we went to coldstone. i told my coldstone chick that i needed mine chopped up REALLY WELL as i just had jaw surgery and i can't chew at all. she gently folded my ice cream and mix ins together. she then looked up and said, "how is this?" i looked at her, trying not to give her a look like she was insane, are you joking? i said, "um... not really, i can't chew at all, i need it REALLY chopped up". she then went to town on it and then gave me a snotty look like, fine then, i'll chop the hell out of it. i said, "thank you". :)

oh, and it was awesome!

after ice cream we went to walmart near by. my sister needed some basic stuff for her new apartment. you know, cleaning stuff, paper towels, toilet paper, etc. i'm not into the evil empire, it's safe to say that i RARELY go there. but i went, mostly because i'm up for anything that makes me feel like a normal person. :) we were there for some time getting everything, i was pretty tired by the time we left.


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