Mark Bey over at Progress at all Cost ponders the question whether the urgent need to go is all in our heads at times. This post of course ties in nicely with what I do. I have often not gone while out in an effort to wait until I could get home and yes, the closer I got, the more I had to go. Mark so eloquently describes his situation after a night of partying:
Finally when we approached the street that I lived on my need to go became unbearable and every second my agony worsened. Finally the car reached my home I and I jumped out yelled goodbyes to my boys as I sprinted up the steps. When I reach the my front door I began to search for my keys and after going through my pockets for what seemed like an eternity I finally find my keys.I feel the agony in his post because I've been there; the other thing I notice is if I'm in the middle of trying to hurry and finish something (this post for example) the need to go is intensified. Thanks Mark!