amey that is quite a story! although i must say i am glad i don't go to that church, lol.
Bluzy, i used to work at Northern Tool and Equimpment as a salesperson and we also had to do some of the stocking and loading of cars. So that meant if you sold it you had to load it. So, i did have to load things like pressure washers, welders, engines, generators at times. Usually men but those types of things, so they would do it, or at least help, but i did have to do it by myself plenty. I also worked at Circuit city where i had to carry tvs and stuff, iw as pretty strong. Which is why it alsways drives me crazy when my 78 year od grandma, or my 84 year old aunt, say something is too heavy for me and grab it away from me! the other day my aunt had a box, it couldnt' have weighed more than a pound and she went to hand it to me, and she said, oh be careful it's heavy i don't know if you should carry it! GRRR!
anyway the water i am talkign about
is the containers we use to fill the tea things at work. If you have ever been to a resturant and seen those silver things that the tea comes out of, we have to carry enough water to fill those up. It's alot of water.
the minibags, you can wear them but only for a short period, i got annoyed with them, and just gave up on it. When i change a bag, i sit on the toilet, and i pull the bag from the top, while holding some TP on top and then i sort of wrap the TP around the stoma and stuff it under it, to catch it. ANd if gets on the bandaid part i use mouth wash on some TP to clean it up, kills the germs and smells good, lol.