Yep. I’m so good at it.
Most people when taking a shower, get the water temperature just right before hopping in. Especially when you are in a hotel and not as familiar with the faucet. Oh not me. I jumped in when I thought it was good.
First, it was a little too cold. So I leaned toward the faucet making it hotter. Too hot. So leaned again. INTO the stream of now scalding hot water. My poor left side of my head got the brunt of the stream.
I’m writing this a day later and scheduling it for yesterday but my head still feels hot. And achy.
Googling any combination of “scalding hot water hits head” directs you to faucet buying websites and blogs about people who got burned while COOKING. Clearly showering and getting scalded is not an event that many people ask questions about. Probably because it doesn’t happen to many people.
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Tonight kicks off three weddings in the month of April, and one in May.
April has five Saturdays and we will be attending weddings on three of those! Another wedding in May brings the total to four weddings in eight weeks. Now that I have loads of dresses to choose from, I’m all set!
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When you rent a car you never know what you’re going to get. This weekend we got a Nissan Cube. It is literally…a Cube.
The car is horribly ugly but drives nicely and it worked well for us, since any car is better than no car.
When we returned, the guy asked if we saw any other Cubes. Of course. We saw two. He said, you never notice them until you are in a Cube. He also said every time he asks that question of Cube renters, people have noticed other Cubes on the road. Thought it was funny because without being in one, you probably wouldn’t notice them otherwise. Guess that could be true for any ‘interestingly’ shaped car.
Our Cube was a dark nude/light brown color, that I think I would love on my toe nails, during my next pedicure!
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