You know how people buy Baby Books in which to record their babies' first experiences like the date when baby first smiled, or baby's first tooth or baby's first steps? I have an idea for baby boomers called The Old Age Book in which Grandma's firsts can be recorded.
I thought of this about a week and a half ago when my back went out (which by the way, happened the first time in May, 2008 while I was painting a ceiling).
I had to wear adult diapers for three days.
Clap your hands and shout for joy, Grandma is old enough to wear adult diapers! Whoopty doo!
Somebody get a camera.
For those of you who have never had your back "go out," it involves crippling and painful spasms that knock you to your knees. If this happens around other adults, they immediately want to help you up, but there is no getting up. There is only flailing like a beetle on it's back and making pathetic sounds that translate into, "Somebody do a mercy killing."
I could not walk and hold my bladder for three days, thus the adult diapers.
It's an important first. I want to record it in my Old Age Book.