We run a quick errand today at Costco.
I drank 16oz of water about 1/2 hour before we leave.
It’s Good Friday (I know, I’m a month behind in my postings), and the place is BUSY!
And as soon as we walk in, I head straight back for the bathrooms.
As I’m getting close, I half glance to the side, and I can see that someone is following me in as I enter.
Great! They’re on my heels!
And as I go in, I can see that some guy is in the first stall, and thankfully, all 3 urinals are empty.
I take the first urinal (in the corner) away from the stalls, and away from those feet.
The guy behind me grabs urinal #3. He doesn’t care about the pooper.
I stand there, relax, hold my breath and apply slight pressure down.
I can tell I’m a little nervous. The guy at urinal 3 pees pretty quickly and loud.
After about 20 seconds, I begin to pee as well.
That’s about the time that my phone vibrates in my pocket. I just got a text message.
So as the other peer finishes and goes to the sink. I pull out my phone and glance at the text.
It distracts me and I don’t worry about losing my stream so much. I just kept on peeing, which is great!
So I do the ole typing with one hand routine (my left hand no doubt) as I pee.
That’s when I hear some loud commotion behind me!
Some guy is bringing a cart (YES a CART) into the bathroom across the tile floor.
He pushes it right up behind me against the wall. I can hear him talking to a kid and telling him to stay right there and DON’T MOVE!
I’m still peeing and looking at my phone…
The father then goes over to urinal #3, unzips, and pees.
I finally, after about 2 minutes, finish, send my text, and move away.
And as I do, the guy at urinal #3 finishes and turns as well. I have to dance around him as he crosses my path. I then see that the cart is just 2 feet behind me (couldn’t have gotten much closer), and the father is trying to turn the cart around as I’m moving to the sink.
WHAT A NOISY MESS!
But, all in all, it was quite a successful pee. It certainly does make for a Good Friday!
Hopefully, as Easter approaches, you’re in recovery like me. And let’s hope that this year will be grand for everyone.