In the fall of 2014, Jeremy was in terrible pain and did not know how to express it other than with his behaviors. When his mother returned from a long speaking trip in Australia, she immediately recognized from his body language and behavior that he was in pain. After asking a few specific she ascertains the pain was in his mouth. The dentist said he needed surgery to have his wisdom teeth removed. It was a painful experience with him, which included a visit to the emergency room and a night in hospital after removal of the wisdom teeth. While choosing the colors to use, Jeremy gave particular instructions to support staff on how to mix certain colors together in order to create color of the healthy gums, and it took a while for Jeremy to get the exact shade of pink he wanted. The 18 x 24 painting is in a private collection. Click link for dream description.
"Frankly my teeth hurt so much that my dreams were filled with the color of pain represented by red. Gratefully the nice doctor removed the wisdom teeth and I began to believe I would survive. White represents the hope of less pain and orange represents the fun I hope to have. Truly the pink represents my gums when healthy and the yellow my happiness when pain is gone. Tiny green represents calm when pain is gone."
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