Bah-Humbug! That is the name of the play our nine-year-old granddaughter is performing at our local Gaslight Youth Theater. This is her fifth play since the age of six in a cast of thirty or more actors ranging from six to sixteen years. For her, each play is more demanding with more lines and more singing parts.
In the beginning, I was unable to sit through a performance without excusing myself to the restroom to change my absorbent. Each interruption was embarrassing, disturbing and time consuming. The room is set up as a dinner theater with four chairs crammed around a cocktail table. The first three rows are so crowded, even the server has difficulty passing through. Aside from being a hazard for crowds to exit, unless I am on an aisle seat, I disrupt the audience as I climb between tables and chairs.
As much as I wanted to witness every performance, I often considered skipping the productions because of my incontinence. Many men can relate to my situation. These men may not mention it, but they know what it feels like.
However, that was three years ago. Since, Aladdin, and Ain’t Nothin’But A Werewolf, (and now, Bah-Humbug!), I have been able to relax and enjoy each performance thanks to the use of my Men’s Liberty External Catheter. Once men begin using Men’s Liberty, they too, will have reason to be thankful.
Happy Thanksgiving from Sam & Everyone at Men’s Liberty!