Well, it happened.
I knew it would. I was just waiting.
We went to the high school art show in the art museum and I was asked to leave my water bottle at the door.
Now, I can't go much more than three minutes without a sip of water or else my mouth gets very uncomfortable. It dries up so my tongue sticks to the inside of my mouth, people can't understand what I say, it hurts and after while I start to cough. So, I told her I don't have saliva and I need it. She replied that it was the insurance company's policy.
I felt bad, and I didn't respond very well. It also meant I either didn't go look at the show, or I walked back through two rooms every 5 minutes to take a drink. Which is what I did, until I found all of Lynette's items, and then I went back and sat down with my water bottle until the rest were finished.
Then I remembered I had given myself a talking to about this very subject awhile back. There would be times and places that would be inconvenient for me to carry a water bottle. And that would be okay. There are some things that you cannot do when you are "disabled". I agree that "we the people" should accommodate people with differing abilities so they can enjoy a reasonably normal life. But, there are still things that can not be accommodated. A person in a wheel chair does not need to climb a mountain. Water and art work don't mix. I can live with that, but I didn't want to on Friday.