Did I Just Say What I Thought I Said? XIII

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.






9 comments on “Did I Just Say What I Thought I Said? XIII

  1. barbtaub says:

    Okay, I just haven’t gotten past the fact that you actually managed to GET a yoghurt container of cat pee. On my scale of impossible things, that ranks right up there with stopping the sunrise and voting Republican.

  2. junekearns says:

    I love your view of the world, Jessie.
    How is the cat?

    • Jessie says:

      Unhappily confined to a bathroom so she can’t pee on anything else that she isn’t supposed to while we wait for results and (hopefully some meds to set her right) this morning.

  3. NotAPunkRocker says:

    Sigh. Don’t they say to stir on those containers anyway, not shake? 😀

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