I'm scarred for the rest of my life! This had to be one of the most embarrassing moments of my life! We keep the bathroom doors in our house
closed to keep our dog from drinking from the toilet and eating the bathroom soap out of the soap dish. So the last thing I expected when finding the
door unlocked, was our bathroom being occupied.
She's a big 83 year-old and let me tell you, nothing was left to the imagination! I yelled out "OMG" and her mother yelled out "HEY", as my wife
and her sister started laughing hysterically. As I shut the door as quick as I could my wife looks at me and says, "what did you do walk in on
mom?" I was so embarrassed all I could say was ahhhhh....and walked straight outside into my man cave (our garage) to try and figure out how to face
my mother-in-law again. In the mean time, both of the laughing hyenas joined me in the garage laughing so hard they had tears rolling down their
face! My father-in-law was clueless, because he is hard of hearing and never wears his hearing aid, so he had no idea what just happened.
Here's my rant, why don't women lock the bathroom door when they're doing their business!! I grew up in a house with 3 sisters and a mother, (my
dad passed away when I was 2) none of them would never lock the bathroom door. Then I get married, and my wife and daughter does the same thing! I
and my son always lock the door, yet my wife and daughter for some unknown reason think it's a normal thing to do? Even when they're taking
showers or a bath, they leave the door ajar. The last thing my son wants to do is walk in on my wife and the last thing I want to do is walk in on my
daughter. You would think after seeing scenes like in the movie "psycho," where a women gets stabbed in the shower...(ladies, because she didn't
lock the bathroom door), more women would lock the bathroom door just to be safe from possible psychotic perverted stranger breaking into their home!
If that ism't bad enough, my son was having a party at our house during college recess. We have two bathrooms, one on the first floor and one on the
second floor. (My wife and I don't have a master bath). I remodeled our basement years ago, so my kids always had a place to entertain their
friends, watch TV and play video games. During the party, my wife decides she wants to take a bath in our upstairs bathroom. One of my son's
friends, who he grew up with had to use the bathroom, but the 1st floor bathroom was occupied. So my son told him to use the upstairs bathroom. You
can now guess what happened.... The door was ajar with the light on, so of course like common guy sense we would think someone just used the restroom,
left the door ajar, so it's available! We'll sure enough he opens the door, my wife screams bloody murder and he comes running down the stairs
telling my son he just walked in on his mother taking a bath, lol. (He left the party early), lol.
Of course everyone starts laughing, except for my son's childhood friend who grew up always respecting my son's mom. I now can relate to how this
young guy felt. I haven't seen this young man around our house since that party.