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:: The morning began with a trip to the endodontist, who did an assessment of a tooth that has been bothering me for months, and decided on the spot to do a root canal. The procedure went well, and my lower left jaw feels like it was kicked by a horse. When the throbbing subsides, I’ll have a better idea if the root canal fixed the problem. The endodontist, btw, is a genius, and pleasant to boot – he did a root canal for me some years back, and I can say I looked forward to seeing him again.

Another two hours of tv tonight, another two shows are over for the season. While working away on e-mails and such this evening, a Catholic nun who collects house furnishings for refugees came by with a driver and pickup truck, and they hauled away my chesterfield and loveseat, to be given to a needy family, I imagine. My new sofa arrives on Friday morning, with a new Kenmore washer and dryer as well. I’m hoping the Sears delivery guys will be kind enough to 1) remove the washer and dryer from the boxes in which I expect each will be delivered, and 2) haul the old washer and dryer from the basement to the driveway for me. Subsequently, Heavy G will come by, and haul said washer and dryer to the Eco Station recycling center.

I am slowly getting excited about going to Toronto to attend SLA. The conference comes to Canada once every 10 years; in 1985 it was in Winnipeg (my first time attending), and in 1995 it was in Montreal. Last year was Nashville, next year is Baltimore. This will be my 13th time attending SLA. Afterwards, I will spend three nights with my friends Jason and Brenda in Kitchener/Waterloo, return home on June 12th, then drive to Calgary on the 15th for CLA, at which I will be speaking as part of a panel on blogs and RSS. I’m still getting organized for both conferences. I have yet to prepare anything for the blog panel, and for SLA, I’ve been organizing the annual Standards Roundtable session, where 12 speakers will participate this year, with me as moderator.

Sleep, I need sleep! 🙂

4 Responses to “Tuesday”

  1. Tony Says:

    Mixed bag of pain, change and anticipation. Sleep is good, perhaps painkillers.

  2. Garth Danielson Says:

    I bet it doesn’t hurt as much as the two times I had half of my teeth pulled out. The uppers when I was 16 and the lowers sometime in my late 20’s. That hurt for days.

  3. Alex Says:

    Ouch! Hope you feel better soon. I got braces on friday so we’re basically in the same boat.

  4. Linda Says:

    As someone who just bought a washer & dryer from Sears, I can say that in my case, not only did the delivery people completely install the appliances (sans boxes) but they tested & made sure I was comfortable using the washer & dryer before they left. The delivery men came in first to uninstall & remove the old ones to the street…I can’t imagine Sears is that different in Canada, so you should be OK.

    Good luck with the dental work. See you at SLA!

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