Thank you for commenting on my blog "No Bronze for Me." I think I would have had a heart attack if mine took a swim in the toilet. I know it's withstood rain so I know it's good for a little water. I went to the website and you are right! It is waterproof! This is what it says: Did you accidently run your Spark through the wash or drop it in the pool? No worries! The Spark is waterproof up to 100 feet (3 ATM) when properly closed. It's able to handle your toughest, muddiest, sweatiest workouts or a trip through the washing machine!
To ensure the Spark is water tight, user must ensure that the front and back pieces are properly locked after changing the battery, which only needs to be replaced every 6-12 months.
The words you described on how feel lost when you don't have it and incomplete, that's exactly how I felt yesterday. It's like I'm naked. So glad to hear I'm not alone.
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog. Most all my hay gets delivered to hay customers that own horses. About 20-25 thousand per year the past 20 years, yes all done by hand. It's not that bad, 35-40 pound bales, once your used to it becomes easy. My daughters do most all the stacking and unloading in barns during summer and help load and unload trailers sometimes for delivery. They probably handle 30,000 bales each these past few years, I handle closer to 15,000 bales. There was a time I used to handle over 30,000 bales for a number of years. It seems like a lot but not really when you do it all summer,fall & winter