When I was a kid and I didn't want to do what my dad wanted, he would often say "It's like pull'n teeth". I always thought that that didn't really mean to me what it meant to him. You see I actually liked going to the dentist because that meant I got out of school and I just wasn't that fond of school. I suppose it may be rare for a kid to prefer getting a filling to sitting in class but that's the way it was.
Now that I have analyzed my slightly twisted childhood, I suppose I should tell you how this relates to something... or anything.
I have to get my remaining wisdom teeth pulled. I have known this for about a year now but it has never been a priority. It has suddenly become one now that I have been feeling the pain for a few days. I have also had a hard time eating. I go in on Tuesday @ 9:30 for the procedure to remove them both. It will be done by a Dentist here in PP that was recommended to us. Please pray for every thing to go right.
I wonder if the procrastination over the last year was part of what my dad was referring to in his comment about "pull'n teeth"?