Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Dentist Tools


Okay Here I am. So after an angiogram with stints, open heart surgery, another angio to fix those that didn't work and now a pace maker. We are hopeful that the MIL will soon be on her way to going home. My MIL snuck a cell phone into the ICU because they wouldnt let anyone stay with her. So she was calling all people last night apparently. Luckily our number wasn't programmed in, so we got a little sleep, but I heard she was calling people early in the a.m. Love my MIL. She has some spunk. And before anyone gets upset if cell phones make the instruments in ICU not work and some pacemakers quit etc... why do the nurses use them in ICU? They set that rule to stop the annoying talkers of the world from getting in the way and interrupting. My poor MIL had the roughest night the night before and in order to keep her spirits high, it was all we could think to do and she made it through the night with a smile and not feeling so lonely. thank goodness. I don't want to start a debate. I just wanted to say I love the woman. I have been blessed with her in my life and she has some spunk.
Okay so todays download. I have been working on a set of dentist items for someone who asked me to here is the first of the pieces. These are the tools of torture...rrrrr...oops. dentistry. haha.
The download is for free because it is for your personal use. Please do not share or alter and claim as your own. This file is no longer available for free download, but may be purchased at Paperthreads at the end of July . PW is the same as the last download.

Also, for anyone with a KNK email me your receipt from Paperthreads with purchased files from this month and I will convert those files first starting the 12th of this month by the end of this month I should have almost all converted over, but for anyone wanting their file wishes first. I will do in the order I receive them. I think once I start on the 12th it should take me just a couple days. The receipt has to be from July.


Enjoy!

Chris

6 comments:

Trish said...

Hi Chris,
SOOO glad to hear that your MIL is doing so much better and is full of spunk - good for her!! She'll continue to be in my prayers.

Hope you and your family had a lovely 4th - and thank you yet again for sharing your wonderful talent.

Anonymous said...

Chris,
Glad to hear MIL is getting to a place she's getting better. And good for her finding a way to make the best of a tough situation.

Love the dental tools - I worked in a dental office for 15 years before I became a sahm. I enjoyed it, but nothing tops taking care of my family. The pay is just harder to identify sometimes! Ha.

Thank you again for sharing your work. Shae

Anonymous said...

Coming from a family in the denistry business, I want to let you know that this file will be put to good use. From cards, to scrapbooking. These dental tools will really be useful to me. Thank you again for your generosity on sharing your talent. Thank you.
Chris in IN

Tina said...

My 5-year old son has wanted to be a dentist for the last year or so, I'll be able to use this file often!
Thanks for your generosity!

Tina

Barb said...

Chris, so glad that your MIL is doing better. My Dad went through the same thing a few years ago, pace maker and all and is doing fine now.

The dental tools are great! I also worked in dentistry for years (now I work for an orthodontist) and these will be very useful!

You are an awesome designer and I am glad to be a part of the Paperthreads team with you!

Barb

Anonymous said...

My favorite dentist had a slogan I loved, "We cater to cowards". Txcowgirl

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