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Finally decided to plug in a power strip so I could put a lamp on that table. Funny how something as simple as absolute darkness will inspire me to find a more convienent source of light than the monitor.
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A picture of the living room in the dark. Of course, it's not very dark with the flash, but it's VERY dark otherwise.
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The dark hallway.
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The dark kitchen/storage shed/workshop/trashbin.
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Dark stairwell.
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The dark bedroom. And a whole lot of clean (relatively) towels being used as rags. There were a lot more of them before I started the grout wipedown process.
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Venturing into the bathroom. There are lights on in there.
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And the shower has grout.
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And so did the shower pan before I cleaned it all up. LOTS of grout on the shower pan.
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I suspect a bit of fine cleanup will be required before I proceed with the next phase.
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Wiping down the walls would be SO much easier if I could just run the water in the shower.
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Grouting a tiled ceiling is a royal pain. I highly recommend not doing it, no matter how good the outcome looks.
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Of course, if you like how it looks, at least get someone else to do it.
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The pile of rags used to wipe down the walls.
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There's grout EVERYWHERE now.
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Me attempting to look creepy and failing miserably.
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The roses are blooming. I wanted to get a pic before they all withered up and died. I'm not certain if leftover grout makes good fertilizer or not, but we'll see.
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