She was grateful to be back home after a long voyage across continents and oceans.
Though she loved journeys, she was tired and home-sick this time.
She immediately went for a warm and refreshing bath to rejuvenate her senses.
She felt at home and comfortable in her own bathtub and generously applied soap and shower-gel.
Just then the taps ran dry, no water - no, not even a single drop!
|Lee Miller in Adolf Hitler's bathtub, Munich 1945, by David E. Scherman|
She found herself missing the oceans where there was "water, water everywhere" and fantasized swimming in the blue waters near the islands they had camped.
The power and beauty of her imagination was so strong that she actually felt the water all around and all over her!
She saw that water was now gushing out of the taps and her bathtub was getting filled.
But, it didn't give her the same thrill as the oceans did...
What had happened to her? Here she was just back, and she was craving the touch and feel of the oceans and the desire to be engulfed there again!
Two Shoes In Texas- Ocean