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|My bathroom - the light and window are reflections|
|the pool in our yard, there's a bathroom in the little house that backs up into the woods|
|pic taken by my son in Cleveland|
|one of my brother-in-law's trucks|
|HA HA, not my bathroom, but I can dream.|
- First off, I tried to stay calm. It did cause me a ton of anxiety, but I attempted to keep a sense of humor. (See The Summer of '77 - Oh The Anxiety)
- I stayed outside with the dogs while the contractors were working on the shower stall and then while family was working on the toilet bowl.
- I read my book while the dogs played. Reading keeps my mind busy.
- I chatted with my mom in her side of the house. It makes the time go by.
- I tried not to dwell on the fact that everything has to be done the HARD WAY for me.
- I made sure that people cleaned very well before I went back into the apartment. They wiped away any dust with a wet cloth as per my doctor's instruction.
|my bathroom, still under construction|
- I tried to look on the bright side. It was only three days for the contractor, it could have been a week. It was only two days to get the toilet and plumbing working again, it could have been longer.
- At least now I have a new stall shower and new toilet. Hopefully, next year the vanity, sink, medicine cabinet and floor will be redone too.
- There are now handicap railings in the shower, which makes life much easier for me and my husband. That along with the handicap seat is wonderful.
- The toilet bowl is a tall one, again, making life easier for both of us.
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