So Friday was a busy- not highly productive day. I started off hanging with a friend doing some work on a “secret” project. Justin got off work at noon and we were off- “thank goodness it’s Friday” for the extra time that we get to be together I love it.
I had an appointment with my midwife at 1:00. Everything was normal- good! But, I had to drink a big old bottle of cough-syrup flavored, sugar drink and wait an hour to see how my blood sugar is. Haven’t heard anything yet, hopefully it’s okay.
After the appointment we ran to get lunch at a bakery- that has the best tomato basil soup in the most delicious bread bowls! (I needed my second lunch- heaven forbid I last three hours without eating- but seriously I can’t try unless I am near a porcelain receptacle, not that I fight the need to eat, pretty much ever!)
So, I ordered the soup in a bread bowl, and jumped in the car, realizing too late that we really needed a drink. We had decided to run to Babies-r-us and Target to get registered for our upcoming shower. On the way, we stopped by a fast food restaurant and got a huge drink to share.
We stopped in the parking lot of Babies-r-Us (which is 20 minutes from home) to eat. I pick up our huge Sprite and POP! the top flies off. The cup cannot hold the pressure of my grip so it sorta folds and 20 oz of sticky, wet, mess flies everywhere, especially congregating on my seat in between my legs, soaking into my jeans.
Now it looks like I have TOTALLY peed my pants. I am not just saying like a little spot- NO soaked, and in the exact location where said soaking would naturally occur.
There is no way I am going into the store like this- I have got to change my pants- note to self, bring extra pants along in car!
Luckily we had some of Justin’s work shirts needing to be dry-cleaned in the car, I wrapped one around my waist- oh wait, don’t really have a waist anymore- but you get the picture. Then I held my huge purse directly over my front side, and ran into Target.
I searched for something to wear, not too expensive, since this purchase unplanned and bought a skirt.
Please tell me that you’ve done something like this too?
By the way registering is like the scariest thing I have ever done- 10 foot tall isles by 40′ linear feet of bottles alone, how do you navigate a store like that?
Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.