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Shower day

April 30, 2009

by shannon

Yesterday was “shower day”.   That is the designated day when I get to take a hot shower and sometimes get to shave and maintain various body parts.  When you are a stay at home with kids not yet in school believe me, it’s a big deal. In fact, it’s a common topic of conversation with my friends and I.  

For example, if my friend Janey Pancake calls the conversation might go something something like this:

Janey  ”Hey Shannon, what did you do today?”

Me  ”It was shower day.”

Janey  ”You lucky dog. {followed by a huge sigh} Did you wash your hair and everything? ”

Me  ”I did indeed, my friend, I did indeed. Don’t worry, you might be able to get one in tomorrow.”

Janey   “One can always dream, I suppose.” {voice trembles}

That’s it.  We have that conversation many times a week, with the shower recipient flip-flopping back and forth depending on the day.

picture-1If you don’t have kids or if you are a person of the male persuasion you cannot and will not understand this.  My husband takes a shower approximately every 2.5 hours throughout the day, and he doesn’t understand why it is so hard, but interestingly enough, I don’t believe he has ever taken a shower since we’ve had kids unless I am at home.  If I need to run errands on a Saturday morning, he always asks me to wait until he has taken a shower.  If it is so easy, then why do I have I have to be present while he showers?

I’ll tell you why.  Because when you have small children at home your shower  goes like this:  Get in shower. Get hair wet. Blood curdling scream is heard and in a panic you jump out of the shower sure your child is in mortal danger. Child just wanted cheerio they dropped off floor. Get back in shower.  Use soap and begin shaving leg.  Dog barking ferociously as though someone is breaking in to kidnap child. In panic jump out of shower.  Dog only barking at mailman. Get back in shower.  Blood curdling screams again.  Ignore. What if something really bad does happen?  In panic jump out of shower.  Child mad because they don’t like that Dora episode. Get back in shower. No more hot water.

You  notice later in the day while your left leg is smooth as a baby’s behind,  the right leg has more hair on it than Robert Pattinson’s famous mop top.  You didn’t actually get to that side today.  Maybe on the next shower day, if you’re lucky.

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One Response to “ Shower day ”

  1. erin chudley on April 30, 2009 at 9:56 am

    that’s sooooooooooo true!!!