Anyone one of you that uses a urinal will understand this. The last thing you want to do is ask your son do you have to go pee or worse, do you need to use the urinal. I was completely thrilled when Luke came home and said "it's George time", I said "what??" He repeated "its time to use the George, you know mom, when people say they need to use the John, my aide at school come up with calling the urinal (George) so nobody knows that I have go." I thought how clever and very funny. Now Luke carries George with him everywhere instead of a urinal.

Yesterday we went to our dear Dr. Roberts who is a pediatrics lung doc. thinks most likely Luke's high heart rate has been elevated due to dehydration....I AM THINKING...SIMPLE... we can deal with that. But as a precaution Luke needs some more tests done, now we have to collect urine samples for 24 hours in a big ORANGE jug! Luke being 16 isn't to thrilled with the idea but knows he must. To ease Luke's mind about the entire deal, my darling husband and step-dad extraordinaire sees the big gallon ORANGE jug and says..."GEORGE !" We all laughed hysterically!!

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Comment by Misty VanderWeele on July 7, 2008 at 5:44pm
Here is the link to the wheelchair one, the only names we can think of for this one is "Long Neck" or Mr. Bendy...LOL !!!
Comment by Misty VanderWeele on July 7, 2008 at 11:37am
I can just hear Luke, " I am not going to use a JANE!!

Wheelchair ones?? I will have to do some research on that one. : )
Comment by Tanya Fleming on July 7, 2008 at 8:48am
I understand completely, We use George too, I have found a female one is better than the male one, because it has a larger opening on it. Do you have a special one? I heard that they make wheelchair ones, but have never seen one.

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