Sunday, June 03, 2007
WOMAN SAVES DAY AT CHURCH'S DEDICATION SERVICE
Today a Presbyterian Church, famous for it's ambitious several phase building plan, held their first service in the brand new Worship Arts Building. The service was a joyful celebration that included the Cherub Choir and Praise Band leading the contemporary worship service.
Afterwards there was, as there is every week, a stampede to the restroom. The new restrooms in the building proudly boast four, count 'em, four stalls for the ladies as opposed to the two in the older restroom.
Imagine the horror. Imagine the grief, when it was discovered that one of these brand new beautiful stalls was locked with no one inside.
The line grew longer and longer. Tensions mounted. Mutterings made a wave of noise up and down the line.
One brave and daring woman (that would be me) laid down on the brand new tile floor and shimmied under the locked door to the stall, discreetly avoiding the gaze of the ladies seated on the adjoining porcelain facilities. Before unlocking said door, she availed herself of the beautiful new toilet and then exited to applause and admiring congratulations.
Her mother spent the rest of the day bragging about her daughter being lithe and agile.
Her son just shook his head and said "she does stuff like that ALL the time."