I remember I was working in the backyard, and for the first time in months I felt the urge to void. As urine had been just passing through my bladder, this was significant. Just like that, no warning, it just happened. “Karen guess what? I just urinated!” From that point on for about a week I could get by with a diaper a day. I came to love my diapers, they were comfortable, had perforated breathable sides, and just using one pair a day was not very different from wearing underwear. Not having to roll on the sticky condom catheter every morning was like being set free and being in heaven. I told my wife that, if I had to, being “dry with a diaper and potent with a pill” was a situation that I could live with forever. I made up a little jingle that I would sing with those words, as I’d do a jig in front of the bathroom mirror. I also had a “routine” where I’d say that I could be a poster boy for Depends and maybe be the model for a new line of diapers for active and professional men hiding the fact that they leaked but led a productive life. (I had in mind diapers with little fly-fishermen on them.) This shows you how a patient’s frame of mind changes, and how what is important to you evolves throughout your journey with medical issues.