Those gurgling noises are sometimes difficult to hear, especially if other sounds and distractions are present. Much like the growling of our tummies when we are quietly lying in bed, the gurgling noises sometimes seem to be telling us something. While slowly filling, it seems that those gurgles might be telling me when there is some blockage, kind of like a dam holding back the flood. When the dam finally gives way, the gurgle is more like a whoosh and I can feel the flow until it reaches the next impediment. It the flood comingles with pockets of gas, it's almost like a volcano is brewing.
If I pay close attention, and make the right movements or apply a bit of pressure in the right spot, the flow gradually reaches those far away recesses. There may be a little cramping and the sensations of fullness are unmistakable. More often than not, the special pressure on that P-spot, makes the minor discomfort worthwhile. With a little bit of movement on the nozzle, I meet even feel as though I'm ascending into heavenly bliss!
As with anything however, what goes up must cum down. At that particular moment, there might be calm before the storm and even dead silence. It is my clue that it is time to make a beeline for the throne. At that point, the gurgling and sounds associated with the dam failure, and flash flood, are torrential. Once the resultant calamity has passed, there is a calmness and sense of relief that is seldom equaled with other events.
With any luck, cleanup is quick and simple and there is no need to scramble FEMA. No Federal or State and Local investigation is required. What may have been the makings of a very natural disaster is averted, and I will have local control of my own circumstances. Proper maintenance of my own sewage and flood control systems will assure an ability to be prepared for subsequent events. The only issue on my bucket list, is to find personal, emergency assistance, in these times of dire circumstance and need.
Thank heaven for such simple procedures!