8/9/17

Rebellious Writing//The Offical Website Opening


        Today is the day! I'm so excited, the website is now officially up and running!!! It literally feels like Christmas right now, I had a hard time going to sleep last night, and then I woke up extremely happy and couldn't go back to sleep! BUT NOW IT'S HERE!!!! Guys, the amazing Rebellious Writing team has worked so diligently on this, and you can tell! Go follow us at www.rebelliouswriting.com our first official post will be at 8:00 a.m. (EST) today!

         And that's all I have, a brief little announcement! I hope to do an actual post tomorrow, but I'm getting braces, so I have no idea if I'll get around to that...

          OH, WAIT! I'm also doing a poll over there >>>
So please vote!!!

          Happy Writing!

 

35 comments:

  1. *jumps up and down like a maniac* ITS AMAZING!!!
    Great job!
    I had braces. Prepare yourself for a bit of a sore mouth. Also a soft food diet for a few days. Mashed potatoes might become your friend, lol.

    Good luck, though. Braces can be fun. Sometimes I still miss having them because my orthodontist was the best. He was always joking around and was really funny.

    God bless you!

    iviewrites.blogspot.com

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    1. IT IS!!!!

      Eee, I've been told. My mom's friend lost ten pounds when she got hers... I am looking forward to picking out colors though, but I'm dreading the rest of the ordeal! XD

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    2. Yeah, I lost a lot of weight after. It wasn't good. I had such a hard time eating, but they had to put some weird blue stuff on my teeth to balance my jaw out so that made it worse. But, I got back to eating soon and it was all good.

      The bad part was not biting into hamburgers and having to cut it with a fork and knife. I was a little self-conscious about that. (I take hamburger eating very seriously, lol.)

      Getting them on isn't so bad. Most of the soreness comes from keeping your mouth open. Getting them off was worse for me because I'm cold sensitive and the thing they used made my teeth cold. If you're cold sensitive, I would suggest getting a sensitive toothpaste. Not with whitening, though. My orthodontist said I couldn't whiten my teeth with these on.

      You'll do fine, though. It really isn't so bad and picking the colors was always so fun. If you ever need any suggestions on what to do with braces, feel free to email me. I'll be happy to help you. :D

      iviewrites.blogspot.com

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    3. Well, I haven't been working out like I should be, so losing a few pounds won't hurt me to be perfectly honest, lol. But yeah, I'm not looking forward to that. :/

      Luckily I don't have cold sensitive teeth, but I hate the things they use to keep your mouth open, that won't be fun.

      Thanks! I didn't need braces, because my top two front teeth were only a little crooked, but we found out last month that I have an impacted molar, so I'm getting oral surgery on that two month after my braces. :(

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    4. Yikes! That sounds painful. I wonder why they would do that with the braces on. I would think that would get in their way.

      Well, since its just a couple teeth, you may not need them on as long. I had mine on for two years, but I knew someone who had them on longer. (Of course, her parents kept changing orthodontists, so that didn't help her much.)

      I think the weight loss depends on the person. I don't think I lost ten pounds. I honestly didn't notice I was losing weight, but my mom did. She was worried about me because eating was very difficult.

      But, there are plenty of soft foods like rice, oatmeal, and mashed potatoes.

      I had to have to teeth extracted before the braces could be put on. That wasn't fun, either.

      Are they going to put you under for the oral surgery or will they just use a numbing agent?

      <3

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    5. Well, the braces aren't only going to straighten my teeth, they're going to create a gap so they can pull my sideways adult tooth through and adjust it, I don't know a lot, because when I asked one of the nurses (is that what they're called?) she just looked at me and said, "Do you REALLY want to know?" and that scared me a bit, so I was just like, "Nope, never mind. Ignorance is bliss, right??"

      They said I'm going to have my braces on for two years most likely, they're just going to take them off temporarily for my surgery next month.

      I have no idea if I'll be asleep for my surgery, I hope so... I don't like knifes or anything sharp near my mouth. XD

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    6. This will actually be my fourth surgery, I was born with cross-eyes, so its nothing new. I've just never had to get an oral surgery before.

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    7. Well, I'll be praying for you. I understand not liking the stuff they use to poke around in the mouth.

      Sounds like nurse didn't have a nice bedside manner. (I think they're called dental assistants, but I call them nurses or helpers, too.)

      I'm sure everything will be fine.

      Fourth surgery! I've never had a surgery. (Thank you, Jesus!) There had been talk one time as a last resort for my ankle. (My left ankle is really tight and it will hurt if I run. I still run sometimes, though. Only when I'm playing outside with my siblings.)

      What caused the cross eyes? Was it genetics? I used to know a little girl that had that. I think they tried doing something with an eye patch.

      I want to know why dentists are obsessed with the wisdom teeth. My dentist is always like, "Well, we'll see if they need to come out." They don't cause me pain. They just want to pull them.

      Two years is usually the standard. I've had mine off for about three years now, I think. They worked really well. My teeth were very crooked.

      <3

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    8. Totally unrelated to your braces, but Jill Williamson followed RebelliousWriting!!!!

      <3 :D I saw her on the follow list and got excited for y'all. :)

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    9. Thanks!

      The nurse was actually really nice, I think she just wanted to make sure if I wanted to know all of the details, which I didn't.

      I'm sorry about your ankle, I have a friend who has a injury similar to that too.

      I don't know if it was genetic, my uncle did have eye problems also as a kid, I have the same eye doctor he did. I never got the patch, just surgery to remove and replace the weak muscles around my eyes that weren't growing for some reason.

      Oh, she did?! *Runs off to check* That's awesome!

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    10. Oh, then you're probably right about the nurse. She probably didn't want to scar you with whatever the details are.

      Eh, my ankle is getting better. I've had it like this for years, so I guess I'm used to it. But thank you.

      I would think the surgery would work better than an eye patch, but I don't know. I'm not good with medical stuff.

      I know, I got excited. I mentioned the website on GTW this morning to get word out and she replied to me saying she checked it out and that it looks beautiful. I wanted to tell you because I started freaking out with excitement. I'm just so happy that a lot of people believe in this movement. Its about time we get some good books on the shelves. :)

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    11. Well, thank you for doing that, that's awesome and encouraging! :D

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  2. YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS IS SO AWESOME!!!!!!!!! IT IS A REAL THING!!!!!!!!

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  3. The website looks awesome! And you're getting braces? ... I feel for you, my friend. I feel for you.
    Lol I'm joking XD I've had braces for about six months and they're really not that bad! You kinda forget they're there after a while. They hurt quite a bit at first, but you get used to them quite quickly! :)

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  4. Thanks!

    Yep, I'm getting braces. :/
    But that's encouraging, thanks!!! :)

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  5. I looked at the website and it's amazing, guys! *high fives*
    Braces? Poor thing. You'll get used to them though. I haven't had them, but I know others who have. It hurts at first and when you get them tightened, but soon you probably will just get used to them being there. This might sound a bit extreme, but it's like getting used to a prosthetic. *shrugs* Good luck with that!
    God Bless!

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    1. Thanks!

      Yeah, I hope so!! :)

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    2. You're welcome, and I'm sure you'll get used to them. Just give it time. :)

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  6. Congrats!:) *throws confetti* I can't wait to read your first post

    -Quinley

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  7. Oh my gosh, I took a first look at the website and it really looks awesome!!!! Good job to all the team members!!! I am so excited!

    Catherine

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    1. I know, right?!

      You helped a lot too!!! So, thank you! <3

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  8. YOU'RE GETTING BRACES?!
    I got mine last year. Make sure that you take some sort of painkiller before you go. It'll feel fine at first, but then it'll start to hurt some after an hour or two.

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  9. I'm so pumped that the site is finally up, yay! Someone ought to announce it on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, if they haven't done so already, though.... xD

    xoxo Abigail Lennah | ups & downs

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    1. Me too, we're already past a hundred views on our first day!!!

      I think someone has, I'm not sure though, since I don't have those platforms! XD

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