(that was 1/4 tspn. I put with less that 1/4 cup of water in the
cleaned up mustard jar!)
This triggers another story. We really don’t know even with glass
how clean it is after cleaning it up.
Way back when, The first time I thought I was pregnant. I cleaned
and sterilized a pickle jar and lid.
Before someone questions it was done via the way we were all taught
to can pickles and such. Anyway it was this cleaned up vessel that I
had to hold my urine sample. The next day, the doctors office called
to say they couldn’t tell since there were some strange things in
the sample. So my husband driving past the doctors office got to drop
off a new sample in a medical collection plastic cup. That evening
when I got home from work I wanted to know the results. The doctor’s
office refused to give me the results since it was my husband that
dropped it off. There fore it was his results to a pregnancy test, and
only he was allowed to be told the results. He knew before I did I
Second pregnancy I found out the proper way. He called home about 2
hours after he left for work.
He wanted to let me know he had a car accident on the way to work.
My response, “Oh is that all BTW I’m pregnant.” He forgot about the
So next time you think you have scrubbed a glass container and even
sterilized it remember your husband might be pregnant.
Aggie who is half pickled