Indoor Plumbing and Washing Our Hands for a Better World Day

Jono was right. He must be clairvoyant. It did take 5 visits to the hardware store ( or the farmer's co-op) to fix the sink. 
I'm having a home brew now, in celebration of indoor running water. It may or May not be the Holiday Ale ( we have three brews going right now, and I get them all confused.) I hereby declare it, "Celebration of Indoor Plumbing and Washing Our Hands for a Better World Day." And I give everyone permission to celebrate as you see fit.

Gratitude. It's cool. Cool as the water from the well coming straight into our bathroom. 

P.S.

Bodkay prefers this faucet, because it's easier to drink from (more height=more clearance) and that's what's really important, isn't it? We must all have bathroom fixtures which please our sink cats.

4 comments:

  1. Clairvoyant? No, just experienced. Nothing like well water straight from the ground to their lips. Our cats agree.

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  2. Wow! That new sink faucet looks absolutely great in appearance. I just hope that the functional side of it is as beautiful as well. Well, it seems sturdy and Bodkay seems to love it as well. Hahaha! Thanks for sharing that! All the best to you!

    Karla Foster @ South West Houston Plumbing

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  3. Firstly, I have to say that I love the photo of your cat drinking from the tap! It's a total nightmare when you don't have a working sink. We had so much difficulty when we tried to install a new sink in our bathroom. Eventually we called out our local plumbers who quickly and efficiently solved the problem for us.

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  4. For some reason, I am considered the "local plumber."

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