The weather reminds me of the song from the movie “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.”
In this song they are morning the long winter with the words “April showers will come so they say, but they don’t, and it’s May.”
I’ve been singing that song in my head all morning.
Everyone is home from school today for a teacher prep day. Since my DH teacher is already prepped, he went with L and I to the dentist for our six month check-up. I dread these events and I have been worried about it for at least a month.
When I know I am going to the dentist, my teeth start to hurt and I’m sure he is going to tell me all of my teeth need to be filled or yanked out.
The good news is I only had one cavity, in the last remaining wisdom tooth that I have not had removed. So on Friday the tooth is going to be pulled. While the dentist and I were talking I said something like, “So we are going to have to yank it?” and he replied, “”No, we are going to gently extract it.”
DS-11 has a cavity too, but it is in his last baby tooth and it isn’t deep so he decided not to fill it in hopes the tooth will soon fall out on its own. After the last tooth is gone we have to take the child in to get braces.
We won’t be driving a new car any time soon.
My POD includes shots of the “spring” weather we are having and a photo I took of DS-11 in the dentist waiting room. I was interested in the reflection on the table, so I had him sit by it. He think’s he’s too cool for photographs, but I love his expression in this shot.
DS-7’s friend is coming to visit today and I plan to take a bunch of photos of the too of them plus his little sister. She is such a cute little stinker, I need her photograph so I can scrap some girl pages.