Yesterday’s posting (not published until today due to technical difficulties)

15 Feb
Michael often tells me that he’s going to "jump in the shower", which I usually tell him is a foolhardy thing to do.  This morning, he appeased me, after I objected, by revising his statment to, "I’ll go jump into the shower".  While this is still not a recommended activity, it is certainly less hazardous.

3 Responses to “Yesterday’s posting (not published until today due to technical difficulties)”

  1. Nemmy February 15, 2007 at 11:54 am #

    I dunno. If the tub is wet, isn\’t jumping into the shower just as dangerous as jumping in the shower? And isn\’t there more risk of, say, not jumping high enough, catching your foot on the side of the tub, and falling? (Unless your shower is not located in a bathtub, in which case the second caution does not apply). No, the most sensible way is still to step into the shower, one foot at a time.

  2. Fawn February 16, 2007 at 9:06 am #

    We have a shower stall, so no tripping on the tub.  As I said, jumping into the shower isn\’t really recommended — stepping in sensibly is certainly far safer.

  3. Selena February 17, 2007 at 1:11 am #

    I have an Uncle Bruce and for (God knows how many) years now, whenever anyone says, "I\’ll go put the kettle on," he always responds with, "It won\’t fit!"
    Mom and Vati just about had an aneurism one day – well over 20 years ago – when Mom said she was going to go put the kettle on and I, with childhood enthusiasm, jumped up and proudly exclaimed that it wouldn\’t fit her. Every now and then Uncle Bruce still likes to remind my folks of how he brainwashed their daughter… 🙂  

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