- minute #1: put on my headphones to watch the t.v. screen up in the ceiling
- minute #2: started watching a classic episode of "Home Improvement"
- minute #3: laughed at a comment the character Tim said on his Home Improvement show, realizing my right side of my smile remained straight rather than turned up.
- minute #4: my hand holding the t.v. remote started feeling fuzzy & numb
- minute #5: my feet, legs, arms started feeling fuzzy & numb
- minute #6: i gagged in my mouth (not pleasant)
- minute #7: i stood up out of my chair, detached the laughing gas tube, took out the t.v. headphones, and would of fallen over if there was not a counter top there to catch me.
- minute #8: i threw up in the very small 1 ft. by 1 ft. round sink, while the dentist was talking to his patient right there (embarassing)
- minute #9: i sat back down in my chair with a not so yummy taste and throw up plastered to the right side of my mouth, that i did not know was there because it was so numb
Monday, September 13, 2010
this morning i went to the dentist for 72 minutes. and man it was horrible. i usually do not mind the dentist, but today it was my first truly horrible dentist visit. this is nothing against my wonderful dentist (and bishop). i walked in, sat down, was numbed all up, was given the laughing gas tube, and then left in the chair for a good 9 minutes, without the hygienist and dentist, while the numbing settled in. these 9 minutes are the minutes i would like to expound on.