Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Toothace and Watling Forest

Mas got bad toothache today, and had to keep taking paracetamol. In the afternoon we went back to Edgwarebury Park and walked down to the Watling Community Forest that had been planted a few years ago. We were happy to see it is thriving.

When we got home Mas spent ages trying to sort out an appointment with the specialist in Watford to have the root canal done.

After breakfast the postman brought Peter's birthday card to Mas, which Mas thought very funny and appropriate (rudeness I call it). Mas drove off to our dentist to pick up the referral letter, then off to find the other dentist, which is not easy to do, and had to have another dental examination. It transpires that he will have to wait a week for a two hour slot, despite the pain.

When Mas got home he gave me a Dan Brown book called Deception Point which the dentist had given to him for me! In the evening we watched Agatha Christie's Hickory Dickory Dock with David Suchet as Poirot. After this Mas watched The Guardian with Simon Baker. The tabby cat came into the sitting room while Mas was watching this, but ran out again when he saw Mas.

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