Monday, May 19, 2014

Conclusion: My Second Favorite Organ

The oral surgeon scheduled the removal of the growth resembling a sea bass’s eyeball on the underside of my tongue. During surgery, several muscles were cut that made speech difficult for the next few months. Fortunately, a biopsy revealed that the growth was a harmless calcium deposit, and not cancerous. But my problem wasn't over. Read about it (here).


  1. I was never much of a great speaker, but I could imagine how terrible it must be to re-learn how to talk.

  2. well if you can recite that you are better than i...maybe i need a surgery? smiles
    funny moment there in there in the restaurant as well...hahah