I had all four of my impacted wisdom teeth extracted on Friday. They’ve been giving me issues for years (mostly b/c two of them were partially exposed) & it was time for them to go. So I unwillingly marched myself into the oral surgeons office Friday morning & “went to sleep” for a little while. The procedure went better than expected & I was happy to return to work this morning after a long weekend of doing nothing but sleeping. I had someone take care of me while I was down & out for the first time since moving away from my parents. It was refreshing to have know I was being taken care of (even pampered a bit). g

     Life has been feeling a bit mundane lately. Boring is a word that doesn’t work well in my vocabulary (thanks Dad). I’m not the type that’s used to working the 9-5 (esp around sick people, which can at times be quite depressing to me) all day and being a Weekend Warrior on my time off. I’m working hard to pay off all my debts as quickly as possible, which has been very gratifying, but it’s also left me feeling like something is missing in my life. Like my sense of adventure that I pride myself on is struggling against my sense of responsibility (thanks again Daddio, I blame BOTH of these on you).

     So I’m asking you to all share a little wisdom with me. I need something to liven up my life. Something to focus on, to sink my teeth into. Something a little out of the ordinary. I thrive on these types of things & am in desperate need of some fresh ideas. (Like I’m currently training for the half marathon in May, but I need something more to stop feeling so restless) Your wisdom (since mine was extracted on Friday) is greatly appreciated. 🙂

5 thoughts on “Wisdom

  1. Anonymous says:

    Never let life become “bored”. When you open your eyes every morning, wonder to yourself:”What adventure may this day bring”? Then go find out! Never should any two days be the same.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Gee Peepers, didn't know you were into genealogy! This $hit didn't come from me. Eliminate it.

  3. Charlie says:

    “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: a good understanding have all they that do his commandments: his praise endureth forever.” Psalm 111:10

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