A big day in any tooth's life!
A silver dollar? Man, the Tooth Fairy is a lot more generous than in my day. We were lucky to get a nickle.
DSWS---I suspect that this may be the last visit...disbelief is rearing it's reality head.Mr. C---Ingrate.
Tom---Er, how did you know it was my tooth?
I remember when the tooth fairy gave me .50 instead of a quarter..I was so excited.
I wish the tooth fairy made visits for crowns and root canals.
YD G---I know what you mean. And one dollar in gasoline would go for a couple of days.intel---She does...to the dentist.
Congrats!!! However, with inflation and the state of our economy, that fairy should give her some gold coins. Me? I would just be happy with a bunch of "golden" bananas.
chimp---Yes, we have no bananas.
i'm with intelliwench-- bring back the fairy... or arrest my dentist for cruel and unusual punishment. still, i do remember the days when losing a tooth was an occasion for a modest celebration. hope the recipient is happy with the spoils..
Harlequin---This is why the juice of the grape (fermented) was developed.The recipient has a jar brimming with silver dollars...quite happy.
I suppose the fairy has come and gone, by this time. I trust the gift was well recieved.
Punch---Comment 1 - Twas.Comment 2 - If one dilly dallys for a week past a post here, one needs approval. You can thank DM for that.
Why do you let DM run your blog?
Punch---Easy one. It's either him, or you. No brainer, as they say in the hallow halls of Halliburton...and Hades.
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