Weeza phoned a while ago. I had been going to ring her and offer to go over to see her and Zerlina, but she felt like being out of the house, so they’re coming here. She said the ambulance men said that baby teeth can’t be put back, and she afterwards looked on the internet and confirmed it – I’m not sure if it’s theoretically possible, but it’s not worth the difficulty of the operation and the risk of infection and it just isn’t done. Little z was toddling across the room in her wobbly manner, lost balance as usual but toppled forwards instead of backwards. As to how the other teeth grow and the implications for second teeth positioning in a few years, we’ll have to wait and see. And get to know a good orthodontist if necessary!
Anyway, I didn’t sleep much last night. I went to sleep all right, resolutely thinking of something else, but woke up just after 1 o’clock and couldn’t get off again. My mind wasn’t dwelling on it too much, but only by thinking of other things which just made my brain over-stimulated. Eventually, I got up, read blogs (at last caught up on the backlog from while I was away with Wink) and had a conversation in comments and emails with Dandelion, who was awake too. Then I went and read, cuddling Tilly the while, and eventually slept on the sofa for a couple of hours, not waking until 8 o’clock.
And enough of that. We’ll put it behind us and move on.
In yesterday’s post, the Sage received a disc containing photos of china, so I put it on the computer and set up a slide show – “look, you just have to touch this arrow to move on or this one to move back”. He’s waiting for an email and kept asking me to check if it had arrived. “You wish you could use a computer, don’t you?” I asked. “Maybe it’s time to learn”. “I’d have to have my own computer though,” he agreed. Well my word. I never thought I’d hear those words from my beloved’s lips. Isn’t it great when someone can carry on surprising you? Anyway, it seems he rather hankers after a laptop and taking actual lessons in using it. I think he might as well get a pc, as that will simplify matters for finding someone to teach him, and also he’ll be able to have things I don’t – for example, Publisher, which Weeza uses for our catalogues.