I woke up at about 4 AM this morning to the sound of the rain on the roof from the remnants of tropical storm Nestor. It was a steady, moderately heavy rain with the sound of the larger drops falling off the tree leaves were mixed with the sound of the rain drops. I decided to mix up a 3.5 liter baking soda enema, hung the bag on the post at the foot of the bag. I once again slipped in the DBC nozzle, slowly inflated it as I worked it into position in my rectum. Once I inflated the outer balloon, the nozzle was firmly seated and sealed me well. As is typical when I use these DBC nozzles, I had a check valve in line to prevent backflow.
Although the bag was positioned in a manner so that I could watch it drain into me, I turned off the lights and opened the valve to begin the flow. I felt the coolness of the enema solution that had been in the hose enter me and then the warm solution from the bag. I set the flow to a slower filling by closing the valve by a single click. Without the visual feedback, I only had the sense of filling and distention to provide me clues as to how full I was getting and how empty the bag might be. With the flow set to approximately half the filling rate, the time it took to empty the bag was much slower and the bag made no sound when it drained. About 45 minutes later I was ready to drain out.