I had a great shower this morning.
And yes, I did do the “shower” thing.
I don’t want to get too into it, but it felt like a perfect storm.
I’m pretty happy with how it turned out, and I know the shower isn’t my favorite way to go to the bathroom.
However, I have a few tips for how to get the most bang for your buck.
I like to shower with my wife.
She has a lot of confidence in me, so I’m glad she’s happy with it.
Here’s what I did.
First thing: Get the water.
I didn’t get much use out of the bucket of water I got from the store.
I did, however, make sure to use a hose that came with the shower.
I also like to get a nice fresh-water spray bottle for my own use, which I found at a yard sale.
I put the water in a gallon plastic bucket and sprayed it over my entire body, including my shoulders, chest, and sides.
Then, I wrapped the hose around the bucket, using the handle on the end to pull the water into the bucket.
I’ve had some water bottles leak, so make sure the hose doesn’t get wet.
I love that it’s easier to get it to the bucket if you have to be really careful.
You can use a metal bucket with a long handle, or a wooden bucket with an adjustable handle.
The handles make it easy to clean, too.
I prefer the wooden bucket because it’s much smaller than the metal bucket.
You’re able to get to the top of the shower head with one hand, but the handle is handy to grab a few inches away from the bucket and grab a hose with it to keep it up and running.
The hose is easy to get into.
I used the handle of the hose to grab the end of the handle, and then I grabbed the hose from behind the bucket handle and pulled it into the bowl.
This method makes it easy for me to reach down to the end and grab the water hose.
I found the easiest way to get water in the shower is to use my hands.
This is where you want to be careful.
Don’t try to get everything in the bowl or bucket at once.
The bowl will likely overflow, and the water will start splashing.
I had to make sure I didn.
I made sure I only poured about half of the water out of my shower head.
That way, if I made a mistake, I could use my hand to get my hand back into the water, but I’m sure that would have made it messy.
When the water comes out of your shower head, make a note of how much water it was.
If you pour more than half the water that came out of it, it’s not going to stay in the bucket forever.
You’ll need to add more water each time it’s needed, or the water won’t stay in place.
If the water starts to drip, get out of there and wait for it to stop.
If it still doesn’t stop, use the hose on the other side of the bowl to fill it with more water, or use it to pull it out again.
You could also use the handle from the water bottle to help you pull the bucket out again, but this takes a little more work.
Make sure you don’t lose any of the hot water.
When I did this, I didn, but you never know, it could be your new favorite way for your family to go for a nice shower.
-Kathy K., Salt Lake City, Utah