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The Magical Shower

July 31, 2012

By July 31, 2012Uncategorized
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Let me tell you how quickly five minutes goes by when showering…like that! (I just snapped my figures) I thought my showers at home were quick but I was wrong. You see, the campground we stayed at has nice hot showers. However, these showers only last five minutes. And believe me, five minutes is not long enough.

Then, my mom discovered the broken magical shower. It never turned off! Hallelujah! I got to take a nice long shower without having to worry about the water shutting off πŸ™‚ Of course, I thought I’d be nice and share this discovery with the hubby so that his next shower could be wonderfully long. Aren’t I thoughtful? Well, it turns out the magic ran out and instead of being a magical shower, it was a broken shower. His five minute shower was cold and hardly had any pressure. Ooops! How was I to know the magic wore off?

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