Bonnie and I went to the Kohler Design Center yesterday, where we saw $12,000 tubs and gorgeous glass $3,000 sinks that would show the tiniest bit of toothpaste the second they were used but that's OK because anyone who can spend $3,000 on a sink (not including the tap or the drain) can also afford someone else to clean it twice a day.
This gorgeous sink, perfect for your lake house, was several thousand dollars.
Then she, SH and I went out for sushi. One of the flavors is Milwaukee [something] Roll, which is perfect, because it's important that I keep my Milwaukee Roll. Don't want to get too skinny or men will think I don't like to eat or drink beer and men around here (especially my husband) don't like that quality in women.
No, we did not finish it. I am about to have some for breakfast.
She took a photo of the Wall of Toilets and I have borrowed it.
I like the Atlas Shrugged theme here. Which, now that I look more closely, I realize is invisible to you. But trust me: there are naked muscular men holding up the toilets.
I am so impressed with Kohler. My mom hates it when I talk about the ladies' room, but honestly, doesn't it bug you when you go into a public restroom and there is nowhere to put your purse but on the floor? I do not want to put my purse on the nasty dirty public bathroom floor! Well, Kohler had hooks all over the place. Whoever designed the ladies' room in the Design Center had obviously used one before, unlike whoever designs ladies' rooms for airports.
The toilets in the ladies' had this tab. I asked one of the women working there what that was all about and she did not know.
I would rather use this kind of toilet than a dirty Western one, but where do you put your stuff? And you sure better have been doing your squats if you want to do this right.