Friday, July 23, 2010

GoGirl Story 35: Gwynne and her Trip to Turkey

The Go Girls are very excited to continue our GoGirl Story Series.  We're calling all you lovely ladies to share your GoGirl stories with us: times when you needed us, thought of us, or used us.  Email us at info@go-girl.com to participate.  We will post a new story each week.

Today Gwynne, from Huntsville, AL shares her GoGirl Story:  

While I was in Turkey, we went on a trip to a place called Olu Deniz, which translates to "Blue Water" that was simply gorgeous! However, unlike the rest of the tourist places we had visited up to this point, this one didn't have standard toilets. Instead, it had these little spots on the floor where you're supposed to SQUAT! Believe me, even when you really really have to go, it's a heck of a challenge to do this without falling into the silly thing. Needless to say, I was very glad to get back into that seawater afterwards, and extremely grateful I hadn't needed to stay there any longer than necessary. Can't imagine anyone with knee or back issues getting up from that floor potty without having to get pretty nasty or hurt. Your devices would have been an absolute Godsend in this place! I've given one to my mother and sisters, and now keep one in my hiking bag and one in my glovebox. Thank you for this WONDERFUL product!

-Gwynne


Thanks so much for sharing your story, Gwynne! It sounds like you'll be packing your GoGirl the next time you you take an overseas trip!

-Sarah

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

GoGirl Story 34: Mom heads to boy scout camp

The Go Girls are very excited to continue our GoGirl Story Series.  We're calling all you lovely ladies to share your GoGirl stories with us: times when you needed us, thought of us, or used us.  Email us at info@go-girl.com to participate.  We will post a new story each week.

Today Tressie, from Belton, MO shares her GoGirl Story:  

I was recently volunteered by my nine-year-old son to become a leader for his den. It was a difficult decision to make being a single mom with three special needs kids, but he really wanted me to so I gave in to his puppy dog eyes, of course! His den just went to camp and being a new leader I didn't have to join the camping group. However, the guys of the troop keep razzing me about going to camp next year so I decided to join them on parents night to see the camping facilities. It definately was NOT set up for female campers. There were no girls bathrooms so at night the girls just use the trees! The first thought that rolled through my mind was, "I A DEFINITELY BUYING A GO-GIRL BEFORE I GO CAMPING WITH THIS TROOP!"

Tressie


Thanks so much for sharing your story, Tressie! We're glad to hear you thought of us for your upcoming trip.

-Sarah

Saturday, July 17, 2010

GoGirl Story 33: GoGirl takes it to the river

The Go Girls are very excited to continue our GoGirl Story Series!  We're calling all you lovely ladies to share your GoGirl stories with us: times when you needed us, thought of us, or used us.  Email your GoGirl story to info@go-girl.com to participate.  We will post a new story each week or so and the person submitting will get a free GoGirl t-shirt for sharing.

Today Teresa Hannon shares her GoGirl Story:  

Girls, want to go to the Grand Canyon? This group of girls did, and their GoGirls were the first thing they packed! Since rafting trips require "bare bones" camping conditions, with little privacy for bathroom needs, the GoGirl device allowed them to go anywhere! As the ladies whitewater-rafted their way down 188 miles of the river, from Lee's Ferry to Whitmore WA, the GoGirl allowed the them to go anywhere - behind rafts, rocks, and bushes. Girls, wherever you travel, take your Go Girl with you!

Thanks so much for sharing your story, Teresa. A GoGirl T-shirt is on its way to you!

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