A few clicks

and Christmas is on its Merry way.  Wahhhh … what if I picked wrong and got the wrong things?  I soooo soooo sooo hate to shop- in person, online, any which way you can shop.  But, I sucked it up and did it tonight. I have a couple of things I would like to finish making as gifts, lots and lots of SOAP to ship out.  How are things going in your world?

I’m still seeking answers to the bathtub thing … anyone?  Bueller? 

Read here if you must.  

http://myfoilhat.blogspot.com/search/label/things%20to%20worry%20about  You’ll have to cut and paste the link, I cannot make it work right now.  Sorry.

5 thoughts on “A few clicks

  1. I've spent an inordinate amount of time thinking about those tubs since you originally posted it.

    But although I have many answers to things in life, the answers to that set of questions just… aren't there.

    Let me know what you find out.

    Why don't you call their toll free number and ask the bathtub people?

  2. I came up with one solution….if the tub has the regular tub spigot AND a hand held shower thing then…

    You get in in your bathroom and start filling the tub and inching your bathrobe up so as not to get it wet. You have a place where you can stash the robe and still reach it.

    Once you have to take the robe all the way off…you also use the hand held shower thing to rinse your upper body…then you can switch back to the spigot to continue filling.

    While it continues to fill, you soap up and get clean. By the time you are done with soaping, the tub is full and you soak.

    Then when you are done, you start to drain. If it gets to a point where it hasn't drained fast enough and you are cold you can use the hand held shower to rinse off/keep warm.

    Water exits…grab robe…exit tub.

    The thing I am concerned about is drowning. My children are only allowed 3 inches of water in a tub bath for safety reasons…if the kids can only have 3 inches for safety a senior alone surely shouldn't be in such a drowning hazard.

    Better to have a handicapped accessible shower situation with a shower chair and hand held shower unit…with no step to step over and shower bars for stability when they stand up.

  3. I asked my Mom and all I could get out of her was that her legs are too short to reach the bottom of the tub so she's not sure she likes it. I'll have to ask some more questions for you.

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