Putting his bathroom into the home tour continued to be up for debate until the day before.
"It needs a bit of work" . . he said
"but with low lighting" . . I said .. .
"it will be fine".
A pair of old cross country ski socks. .
and a few new towels that were promptly put on my dryer. . .
moments after the doors closed.
The part that had us both amused .. .
was the cedar garland topping his shower .. .that went on. . and came off .. .and went on .. .
and came off ..
depending on whether it was him or I walking past his bathroom.
I have no idea how many times I said .. "you are being such a good sport about this all."
It's a full week since the Christmas home tour. .and it is all good here in the bungalow. ..
his Classic Truck magazines are back in his bathroom .. .
the socks are still up. . .and that's about as much Christmas as that bathroom will see the rest of the season.
I documented it. . .just to say Christmas .. .had been there. .and had done that.
It did make me smile .. .at how often I went to turn the lights back off during the home tour hours .. .apparently . . .the low candle lighting was too low for photography.
Let's see. .what's next?. .
the laundry room. .
before we leave this part of the house. .
but tomorrow we'll take a break from the tour. . .
it's our lil' farm hands birthday. .
and I'll be celebrating that precious little boy.