In 2013, I began a major renovation of the house I’ve lived in since 1996. I began to transform one bedroom into a huge en-suite spa-style bathroom. The old 1-car garage into another huge spa-style en-suite bathroom, and with vaulted ceilings. And a total redo of the kitchen.
While all this was underway, in early 2014 I purchased the Cross House 20 miles away. All work ceased on my house.
So, for almost 7 years, uninstalled trim, doors, hardware, cabinets, and so on have stayed where they were left in early 2014, gathering dust. NOTHING has happened.
But, in order to move into the Cross House in 2021, I need to get my current house done so I can sell it after moving out.
So, I re-started work on the bedroom-to-bathroom! And now (drum roll, please) all the plumbing is done! I have a working sink! Working toilet! Working tub/shower! And — scare bleu! — a working bidet!
I’ve never had a bidet before, nor ever used one. But…the idea seemed so appealing. I mean, who doesn’t like, umm, clean parts?
Well, today, at 63-years-old, for the first time, I used a bidet.
One should be in every home. It’s really wonderful. The French were right!
And, with another TP scare on the way, I might rent mine out. $10 bucks a wash. I should make a fortune.
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