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Breathing a sigh of relief...literally

Monday, April 22, 2013

You'd breathe a sigh of relief if you've been holding in your pee for 2 days too!

Today, the angels sang and brought me an angel on earth in the shape of a man who unglogged the drain in the house....and now, I have a new cesspool company too!!!!


I got the recommendation from a friend, and when my guy came over and couldn't do any more...I gave the number a shot and THANK GOD! The nice man cleared the clog!!!!

Ever not pee in your home for 2 straight days and 3 nights?
And if you did.... oh yeah, the yellow was mellowing in that bowl so long I added toilet bowll cleaner to break it up...just a wee bit (no pun intended).
Imagine having "an emergency" 3 times every morning for the last 2 days because of an antibiotic...which meant breaking the sound barrier just to get to your dad's can around the corner.... Just call me Maria Andretti emoticon

So all's well that ends well...we can shower once again...and pee in peace.. and run the dishwasher...which means I get to cook again! emoticon Hold on...strike that last part about the cooking. emoticon

It also means that my dehydrated body can have it's water once again!!! No more headaches! My son was even complaining yesterday - and even though I encouraged him to drink since he could, you know, water a bush outside, he wasn't really into his water drinking because he was afraid to turn on the sink- let the water escaped the cup and ran down into the flood zone, a.k.a. the downstairs bathroom. Poor kid. Poor me.

Which means - back to moving and exercising!!! YAY!!! It's always when you want to run and can't that you want to...right?

So that's the end of that saga...SO relieved to be able to relieve! LOL
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  • DALID414
    Definitely agree about the running, which makes the first run back SO satisfying emoticon
    1883 days ago
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