Why is My Tooth Sensitive to Hot and Cold?

Why is My Tooth Sensitive to Hot and Cold?

This past week has been complete and utter hell.

Monday started at the dentist.

8:30 in the morning to start with, then the drugs, then the drilling and finally the clamps and screws.

I have no complaints against Dr Hatch from Hatch Dental in San Diego, but when I woke up on Monday my mouth hurt.

As written in my previous entry, I got some pain pills and figured that this would all go away.

Then it happened.

Four website projects became due immediately and my week because one long day.

That’s not the worst part.

Some Islamic Cyber terrorists decided to hack m websites.

Well, they weren’t after me per say, but they were attacking servers in the US and I just happened to have a bad password on one of them.

So, Daily Tush lost some data, no big deal.

But, now I have been working three days straight, and the hell that is my life is that my tooth still hurts.

No, it doesn’t hurt all the time, but when I try and drink something hot (coffee) or eat something cold (ice pops) my mouth starts throbbing worse then Michael Jackson’s  pants at the special Olympics.

(I have no idea what the reference means)

Anyway, it’s 9am and I will be getting some sleep now.

Tonight…..

Date night. Shorty and I are going to see Tracy Morgan.

Cannot wait.

Then we will go home, play with pretzel for a bit and then back to work for me.

Not so much because I have to, but because if I don’t stay up, I will miss the Eagles game.

Fly Eagles Fly.

(I know I have not been funny in this post, but I am dead tired)

Maybe I will be funny tomorrow.

But, maybe I wont.

You will just have to check back and see.