Shortly after our wedding, my new bride and I were getting adjusted to the married life. Arriving home from work one day and finding my wife busy preparing supper, I decided to take a shower. Just as I had started lathering up and singing in the shower, my wife popped her head into the bathroom and stated that she was going to run to the store real quick, and pick up some ingredients she had forgotten. Being newly wed comes with new responsibilities. One of her problem areas was learning to keep up with a new set of house keys. She had on several occasions in the recent weeks, left the house only to return and find out she had no keys to get back in. As I was singing my third song and shampooing my hair, I heard a knock on the door. Naturally I assumed it was her. So I turned off the water, wrapped a towel around me and ran to the front door to unlock it for her. Only, it wasn't her. There I was with shampoo in my hair and dripping all over the floor, and standing in front of me was a visiting pastor from a local church. It didn't seem to faze him at all. He started in on his little speech about how he wanted to welcome us to the community. I politely asked if he could call again at a later time, then returned to my shower, hoping to wash the embarrassment off my face!!
My new bride returned home to find the carpet soaking wet and enjoyed a great bit of laughter at my experience.