1. What was the best thing you cooked last week?
Ummmm probly a bowl of cap'n crunch with crunch berries
2. If money, time and babysitting were no object, where would you go and with who?
I would want to go to the Virgin Islands with all the family
3. When was the last time you cried?
4- Five things you were doing 10 years ago?
I probably just lost my first tooth haha, watching Mrs. Erickson pick her nose everyday, playing with my newborn niece Haylie, playing lots of soccer, wearing contacts for the first time
5 - Five things you were doing 5 years ago?
Going to my first high school dance, failing my drivers license test, wearing braces, crimping my hair hahaha, being really excited that Tim was home from his mission
6- Five things you were doing 1 year ago?
Studying in the BYU library everyday, freezing from all the snow, being a teenager, hanging out with Grandma Hart every Tuesday, singing lots of karaoke
7 - Seven of your favorite hobbies:
blogging, going out to eat, playing soccer, playing guitar hero or rock band, going to Newport Beach, watching movies, singing karaoke, bowling
8 - Five favorite foods:
cookie dough ice cream, chicken piccata from CPK, quesadillas, grapefruit, martinellis haha
9- Five places you've been:
Costa Rica, Bahamas, Hawaii, Hacienda Heights, Chicago
10- Five favorite memories:
Living in the dorms, Lisa getting baptized, going to Hawaii with the fam 3 years ago, playing high school sports, Christmas at Grandma's
5- People I will be tagging are: Tanya, Sarah Calder, Mindi, Kari, Megan
Friday, February 1, 2008
A week ago today I got my wisdom teeth pulled. Uncle Jimmy was kind enough to do the service for me. Lucky for me I only had 3 wisdom teeth and 2 of them had already broken the surface of my gums. The whole process only took about an hour and it was not as bad as I thought it would be. Jim numbed me up real good and he also gave me laughing gas to help me relax. This was the first time I'd ever had laughing gas and it was definitely an interesting experience. I now understand why it's called laughing gas...I couldn't stop giggling. And for some reason I couldn't feel my feet the whole time I was on it--that made me giggle even more.
Well, the surgery was a success and I no longer have my wisdom teeth. I healed pretty quickly, probably because I've become immune to getting teeth pulled since I only lost approximately 4 of my baby teeth on my own and the rest were pulled by the dentist. (Us Wayne Hart children are pretty handicapped when it comes to losing teeth.) hahahaha
I hardly even swelled...I was hoping the swelling would be a little more dramatic so I could post some sweet pictures on the blog, but this was the best I could come up with. You can kinda tell the right side of my face is swollen (that's where the partially impacted tooth was).
This is my mug shot.For the first couple of days after the surgery I could only eat soft foods. I got pretty sick of eating soup, and by Monday I was famished. But don't you fret, I am now back to my regular eating habits of cereal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.