An update on my toothless adventures

Hey friends on the Internet πŸ’œ

This is me before my accident. I didn’t have a clue what was going to be coming my way and I sure as hell didn’t expect to be toothless.

Last year I decided it was time to start over. I can’t get into the details because I’m in the middle of a court case right now, but read some old blogs and they will catch you up.

I can’t wait until I’m free again to write about whatever I want and to say whatever I want to say.

Soon, soon, very soon I’ll be just like Ariel I and I’ll have my voice back completely. It’s really hard to write with a filter when your used to writing from the heart.

Exactly one day after moving into my moms house I had a freaky accident that left me toothless and with a fractured septum.

I’ve never broken anything in my entire life, I’ve never had to have stitches, and I’ve never had to have surgery of any kind.

But this one accident took care of all 3 of those things at once. I had to have emergency surgery wide awake to remove the 2 front teeth from the roof of my mouth.

I then had to have stitches put all up in my gums where my teeth used to be, and they told me lip would heal better if we didn’t stitch it. (My teeth went trough my lips and it wasn’t pretty)

Smiling is my favorite, but I couldn’t smile if I tried. It hurt entirely way to bad, so I spent a lot of time feeling sad and alone in the middle of a shit storm.

No talking

No smiling

No Fun

Right before Christmas came I was able to get an Invisalign with 2 fake teeth in it.

While they look amazing and most people would never know the difference, I’m ready to have my real smile back! I’m ready to have this entire accident behind me.

When I publish my book I’m going to show you guys what I really looked like after the accident. It’s pretty freaking scary and most people can’t even fathom what I went through.

As a matter of fact, I don’t think many people could handle losing their front teeth and living their lives at the same time. I know people who won’t leave their house without their side teeth, so I know they aren’t leaving without any teeth.

But I think this just helps builds character and it keeps you humble.

After months of healing I finally got to go back and start the process of getting implants. I totally wanted boobs but it looks like God has other plans for my implants.

If all goes well then sometime in May I’m going to have a normal mouth again?!?!?

That means I get a birthday and I get teeth all at the same time. I will be free to eat and drink whatever I want and I can’t freakin wait.

I share with you my tragedies so you know that you are never alone. This has been by far one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to deal with in my entire life, but I know I’m stronger because of it.

I’ve learned to overcome so much In the last year and I wouldn’t change a single thing.

Yes it sucks

Yes it’s expensive

Yes it’s painful

But I am

Changed because of these experiences πŸ’œ

I’ve learned that true beauty comes from the heart, and If your hearts ugly then so is everything else.

It would have been easier to quit life and to get really bitter and sad. It would have been easier to just throw everything away that I’ve worked so hard to achieve.

It would have been easier to stay in an unhappy home and to keep my teeth, but who was made for easy?!?!?!?

Not this girl right here.

I was made for adventure and for love and no matter what this life gives me I’ll always be ready to shine bright like a diamond.

Bling bling

One day I’ll look back on these times and I’ll laugh about my accident

But until

Then……..

Thanks for following my blog and my adventures

πŸ’œ Tay Tay


10 thoughts on “An update on my toothless adventures

  1. Thank you for continuing to share your journey with us! You are such an inspiration. SO brave and bold and I am here for it. I am so sorry about your accident and all the other bad things that are going on in your life. You seem to be handling it better than most. I applaud you and thanks again for sharing. You inspire me more than you know.

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