Thought I'd share an interesting experience with anyone that is interested in reading it.
So one Thanksgiving years ago, some of the family (I think there were about 20 of us) was preparing to eat Thanksgiving dinner, but none of us had washed our hands before sitting down to the table. Just before anyone began to eat, the water in the bathroom began to run full blast as much water as could possibly come from the sink. There was no one in the bathroom. We all assumed it was grandfather, reminding us all to wash our hands before we eat. So we all left the table and got in line to wash our hands before eating.
Although we all make it a point to wash our hands after going to the bathroom, before eating or preparing food, after coming home from the store, and a lot more since Covid (so much so that I have to have hand lotion next to each sink, because so much hand washing practically washes off the skin ... okay fine, it just makes the skin very dry), my husband's grandfather (as well as my great grandmother) were very extra maybe a bit overboard on hand washing. My husband's grandfather had died about a year before this occurred.