catastrophegirl 41F
975 posts
8/11/2005 1:24 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm


so one more broken tooth fixed. turns out my dentist can't fix the really bad one on the top though. apparently that nerve runs into the sinus and he's not trained for it.

so, off to the endodontist for me and yet another fantastically expensive dental bill. looks like the insurance settlement for the car accident will be buying me an oxygen sensor and dental work.

tell me again, murphy, why i have to have three broken molars at one time? (ugh, hollow teeth)

and can someone please explain my mother's mind? i was left a large inheritance by my grandfather which i can't touch because she thinks i need a business degree that i seriously don't want and i have an infected maxillary nerve that's giving me migraines and lymphatic swelling that i can't afford to fix for who knows how long. what kind of point is she trying to make?

rm_keystonenc 44M
144 posts
8/11/2005 3:13 pm

You know that is a good question. I could understand it if you were 17 or 18 years old and she was doing it just to get you to go to school. But, one would think it would have sunk in by now that you have no desire for a business degree. Why spend time and money on something you don't want or would likely get little use out of? My mother tried similar tactics on my brother and he went to college and partied for a year got put on academic probation and dropped out. One would think your mother would let you have the money so you could do what makes you happy.

rm_keystonenc 44M
144 posts
8/13/2005 2:00 pm

Hmm, interesting. My Aunt is a librarian and my brother just got his degree in hospitality. Those seem more practical in today's business environment as our economy seems to be going towards being more services oriented.

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