Thursday, June 10, 2010


Woohooo! The fire marshal finally passed us! There is no need for anyone to fear a fiery death in our bathrooms anymore. Our bathrooms are not just safe to urinate and do number two, or three if that is what you prefer, but you are now soundly protected by a flashing fire alarm and sprinkler system. I would say that my bathrooms are pretty state of the art. Who can say their bathroom can protect them from wetting their pants and a fire at the same time while looking fabulous? I don't think many people. Anyways, with one more inspection to go, we are on our way to opening up to the public. I appreciate that you guys are following along with my sometimes inane postings. I look forward to actually meeting you all really soon.


  1. Are you going to be open by my birthday...July 20?

  2. I'm sorry,Karen, I totally missing your post. Happy belated Birthday!

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