It’s not very often that the sight of a three year old vigorously shaking an old yogurt container in the front seat of the truck makes me panic.
But sometimes it does.
And sometimes that panic is accompanied with a frantic scream of:
“Stop shaking the pee!!!”
Because, when getting ready to transport a urine sample for one of the cats, that’s exactly what I say.
Thank you for joining me in the latest edition of “Did I Just Say What I Thought I Said?” in which I share things that I never would have guessed,
A) needed to be said in the first place,
B) that I would need to be the one to say them and
C) that I wouldn’t just be saying them, I’d be yelling them.
I’m thinking of adding a new feature, arguments I never thought I’d be on the losing side of.
First up, why when the goal is to see the pee it doesn’t help to shake the container of urine. While I was assured that “next time” she won’t shake it. It’s true, shake a container of cat pee hard enough and you will get to see it.