If you have been reading any of my previous posts you know that I am in the process of having some major dental work done. It's not a cosmetic thing, it's a necessity. It's take care of this now or take a chance that my infection could move to my heart and pretty much stop me in my tracks.
Thanks to some wonderful people I have been able to start the process and have had some work done on the left side, I go back the 8th of February for the right side then they will do what they can to save some of my front teeth. Once everything heals I will then be fitted with partials and hopefully everything will be hunky dory.
My problem is that I may still be about $2000 short even with the previous donations through the Wish Upon a Hero Foundation, If you have never heard about WUAH then I urge you to check it out. There are people there who like me need medical help, help saving their homes or just wanting a card to brighten their day.
The link to my personal wish is http://www.wishuponahero.com/wishes/?id=1127353 If anyone is willing to help, even if it's 5 dollars, that will be 5 dollars that will help me be able to get everything done that needs to be done. I will gladly scan and email you a copy of the estimate from the dentist and receipts showing what I have had to pay thus far. If you don't wish to go through the WUAH site I will also accept help through PayPal at email@example.com.
I hate having to ask for help and my friends and family will testify to the fact that I would rather go without something then ask for help but it's become more than I can handle. If you can't donate that is understandable but I would greatly appreciate you passing this on to other people who may be able to help in some way.
Thank you and now back to our regular scheduled programming :) And if you haven't checked out my friend at http://www.tamaratattles.com/ and are a fan of The Real Housewives of Atlanta take a minute and check out her blog. She's a funny and amazing lady and really knows her tea!
Peace and love y'all!
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