Monday, June 2, 2008

My Lesson On Pee

So, I just got back from a weekend camping trip and it was one of those trips that will stick in my head for quite a while. It’s funny how things just happen.

Anyway, we were all sitting by the fire on Saturday night and my son kept looking at me…you know, with a weird look in his eyes. I finally asked him if something was wrong and he leaned over and said that he had to pee. I instantly burst out a little chuckle and said …well the bathroom is right over there. He looked at me with “big boy” eyes and said, “I want to pee in the bushes.” I smiled at him and gave him that look like (my little boy is growing up.) I said, “Cool! Go right over there” (I pointed). He shook his head and demanded that I go with him.

We got up and headed over to what I guess was the perfect bush. I got in position a few feet from him and told him, “the most important rule of peeing outside is …NEVER PEE INTO THE WIND.” He seemed to ponder that for a moment and then nodded that it made sense. I was about to start going myself and he, after pulling his pants down a bit, told me to face the other way. I turned away from him and let loose. Now I don’t know who up above was playing a joke on me, but the wind picked up and I’ll be damned if I didn’t pee all over my leg. Cussing under my breath, I zipped up and turned to go back to the campfire to dry off, I saw my son cracking up and pointing at my leg.

Last time I pee with that little guy!!!!


Anonymous said...

Nothing like the first time peeing in the wild. Way to go little man

Mama Dawg said...

I never even thought about that one piece of advice when peeing in the wilderness. As a woman, ours is "bring toilet paper".


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