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A Night at the Hilton

by Theresa Adams

My husband and I were at the Hilton in Huntsville, Alabama. We were in town for business purposes.

That evening while we were asleep, I woke up sweating. (I had a hysterectomy a few months earlier and was having what my cousin Diane calls a senior moment.) Being all sweaty and uncomfortable, I took off my gown. So, needless to say, I was sleeping in the nude.

The room was pitch black. Sometime later, I woke up and had to go to the bathroom. I did not want to turn on the lights and disturb my husband. So, I got up in a sleepy stupor and went to what I thought was the bathroom. I went in and closed the door.

I gasped when I looked around. I was in the hotel hallway. I crouched to the floor and covered what body parts I could with my hands. (Where is a plant or a newspaper when you need one?) I started beating on the door and asking my husband to let me in.

My husband is hearing impaired. He thought I was laying next to him and asking him to get the door. He said, "You get the door". Needless to say, with this reply, I had a few choice words to say. Thank goodness, he realized I was not in the bed and got up and let me in.

I was so embarrassed the next day. I was sure someone saw me. I was afraid to leave through the lobby. I had my husband check us out and have the car in the front. I took a garment bag and held it up against my head as I was leaving. (Like this didn't look suspicious.)

Moral to the story: At strange places, always leave the light on in the bathroom with the door partially open and most importantly DON'T shut the door.

Copyright 2005 Theresa Adams


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Theresa says, "I am only as strong as the coffee I drink, the hairspray I use and the friends I have."   If you have a embarrassing moment that you would like to share, send Theresa an email.  

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