Magic Teddy Bear
By Terri Rimmer • August 20, 2018
I've been suffering from dental pain all weekend and can't afford to go to the dentist. None of the homemade toothache remedies are working.
I don't know why, but something inspired me to grab this small teddy bear that my birth daughter's adoptive mom had given me when she was little. It's white and has a t-shirt on it with a picture of McKenna, my birth daughter when she was in kindergarten. I get to see McKenna two to three times a year and she just turned 18.
I propped the teddy bear under my jaw so that my mouth could rest between the bear and my pillow.
For some reason, magically that bear helped the pain go away. The elevation was just right between the bear and the pillow so that I could get the sleep that I needed.
Magic teddy bear, I thought!
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