I got a call from a friend of mine that a friend was having a bird bath and he needed to get out of it.
It’s not like he was having an accident or something, but he’d got soiled, and his dog had died, and he wanted to get back to his house and wash his hands.
The water, I found out later, was contaminated, and I was so excited to use it that I spent hours looking it over, checking for any signs of contamination and, lo and behold, there was no problem.
If it had come out of a sink, the water would have tested positive for bacteria.
If it had been an open sink, it would have come out positive for listeria.
I had a few options to fix it.
One, I could just wash my hands.
The other, which I didn’t realize at the time, was to put some bleach in the water and make it sanitize.
That way, I don’t have to worry about how dirty my hands are, and if I start to smell any chemicals, I can just wipe it off.
I got really excited, though, and decided that I’d be more than happy to use the water, if it was going to be used.
I put bleach in a little jar and then put a piece of paper towel over it.
I placed the water in the jar and waited.
About 10 minutes later, I noticed that my hand was dry. I didn