First and foremost, oral surgery went off without a hitch. In fact, it was less invasive than my surgeon thought it would be so yay for that.
Funny thing, I have never been under twilight anesthesia before so I didn't know what to expect. I was nervous going in to my appointment so I ended up joking with the dental assistant and the surgeon about my veins. I am on of those lucky people who was born with surface veins so giving blood and getting IVs is usually an easy process for me. Right after the IV went in I remember saying, "Am I supposed to feel light-headed?" then nothing until I was home.
My husband filled me in on the missing bits. I went under thinking about my awesome veins and came out of anesthesia talking about my veins. Repeatedly. I made the dental assistant tell my husband about my awesome veins. I had her compare our veins. (FYI, she told my husband my veins are better than his). I made the surgeon tell my husband about my veins. I sent my sister a text message about my veins.
I remember none of that.
At least I didn't cry. Or hit on the surgeon, both very real fears of mine.
The pain was manageable with just ibuprofen by Saturday. All weekend long we had perfect running weather so I finally decided to go for a run. I asked my surgeon prior to surgery on Friday if I could run over the weekend and he said it was a judgement call but to not overdo it.
I took my time, switched to 30:30 for walk/run intervals instead of my usual 45:30. I felt great the entire time. In fact, after my first mile I knew I could move faster so I did.
If the weather holds up with its unseasonable warmness I will go for another run tonight.
On the book front, I have reviews...from people I don't know. People I don't know are reading my book and commenting on it. Not sure how I feel about that...