"Excuses are the nails that build the house failure."

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Life Rule #355

Life Rule #355

The Sit-down Shower

I'm not entirely sure if I'm alone here or not.  I very well could be flying solo.  Or rather, sitting solo.

If you've never dabbled I suggest at the very least you give it a shot.  Go on, don't be shy.  We've all taken a shower that lasts juuuust a bit longer than our normal cleansing sessions.  Try a seat on the floor.  I don't frequent the bottom of my tub however if I've spent an inordinate amount of time outside, and it's cold?  Well then, I'm soaking my bones in some warm water.

Typically my sit-down sessions spike during the ski season.  It's a poor man's hot tub.  Also, I'm a man.  There is no way in hell I'm lighting some therapeutic candles, putting Boyz II Men on in the background and drawing a bath.  I will listen to my Boyz II Men later on and at full volume, a thank ya very much.

There also happens to be a plus to the sit-down technique you may not be aware of.  A little bonus, if you will.  Spend a few minutes resting on your hams.  After a bit, when you decide to stand back up, the water will briefly give the sensation of being a bit warmer.  Little nugget for ya.  You're welcome.

Maybe you've saved some of your action figures from your younger days?  Then you, sir, are a better man than I.  Sky's the limit for you.  I'd turn into a raisin faster than you could say 'two scoops of fruit'.

So give yourself a test run.  See if it fancies your taste.  Standing in the shower is predictable.  Sitting in the shower is trail-blazing.



John Mayall

John Mayall

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