Syncopated Lady iPad Mini Cover | Zazzle

Wisdom Extraction: Sadly, I’m not feeling so chipper today, nor did I at the end of last night. I think it must be a delayed reaction.  Mind you, Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough helped!

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Source: Syncopated Lady iPad Mini Cover | Zazzle

Take care and keep laughing!


25 thoughts on “Syncopated Lady iPad Mini Cover | Zazzle

    1. That’s exciting news, notwithstanding the chaos that inevitably accompanies renovation. The new window blind I bought has stopped working. A great bore but my lovely handyman is coming to sort it out shortly. Keep smiling through the chaos! x

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  1. Oh dear – but my understanding, like Janet’s, is that some discomfort is normal for a few days after such major surgery. I hope you will phone dentist promptly if you think there are complications. Thank heavens for all forms of solace.

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  2. There is something very sexy about these old ‘innocent’ photos, at least to me.

    The amount of effort required to prise out a wisdom tooth will leave you sore and bruised for some time after. They should have warned you about that. Ice cream (and Cognac?) seems like a winning combination to ease your pain.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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  3. I’ve never (yet, fingers crossed!) had one of them removed, but I also imagine it must be uncomfortable once the numbness goes, but do not hesitate to contact them if something is amiss. Love the cover. 🙂

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    1. I promise. It’s more of a general malaise than tooth-related. I think it’s the effect of the last few months and the endless hospital trips and new diagnoses. It’s the sudden realisation of all that’s wrong (oh, yes, there’s more that I haven’t yet revealed!). So glad you like the cover.


    1. Don’t you worry about that! There is one part of me that wants to avoid pills because I take so many every day anyway but if I’m in pain that impinges, I don’t hold back because it comes on top of all my daily pain that I subsume anyway. Am I making sense?!

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