The Cavalia Valentine’s Incident


So this week I get to tell you about : “An unforgettable Valentine’s day — good or bad.”  This took some thought, since most things are “forgettable” for me.  LOL!  But then I came across a memory I’d written down a while back.

One year my former boyfriend took me to see Cavalia for my Valentine’s Day present.  It’s an amazing show of equestrian talent.  During intermission I took a personal break and went to the ladies’ restroom.  The facilities at the show gave you your choice of either bathroom trailers or portable outhouses and I chose to use a heated trailer for the amenities it offered.

All went fine until I chose to leave and forgot that two doors existed, an entrance and an exit.  Here I am, trying to go out the “in” door, against the flow of bodies who desperately wanted inside the bathroom.  I kept excusing myself and trying to squeeze in between people going in the opposite direction.  I was determined to make it out against overwhelming odds, until someone told me, “You would probably have better luck if you used the other door.”

Oh Duh!


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Janette is an author of Romantic Paranormal Fantasy. CONNECTIONS, her first series, is Indie published. You can follow her or sign up for her newsletter, and learn more about her new releases as they become available, at She lives in the beautiful and prolific Pacific NW of the USA.
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3 Responses to The Cavalia Valentine’s Incident

  1. Swam again the tide, did you? Very funny!
    Well, now we see your post; we were looking for it last week.I guess the dates were skewed somehow.


  2. jeff7salter says:

    LOL — at least you made it out


  3. pjharjo says:

    You’re right, “LOL” Getting out was interesting. 🙂


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