Lost in the Dark
When nature calls late at night, beware the broken lamp switch
February 29, 2012
|The first time I visited Dan and Mary Ann at their luxurious new lake
cabin, I slept in the mother-in-law suite. Around 3 a.m., I woke up in
the pitch-black room desperately needing to pee. I’d forgotten to turn
on the night-light. I clicked the bedside lamp switch several times.
No time to futz with the lamp. I got up,
trying to remember the layout of the suite and the direction of the
bathroom. Shuffling in the dark with my arms forward like a zombie, I
stubbed my toe. Gah! That was something heavy; maybe a bookcase. When
the throbbing eased, I realized I was turned around and totally lost in
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