It was truly a red letter day. A day that will be recorded in the family annals and celebrated at each and every anniversary until He returns. A fixed point in time that cannot be altered and from which all other events will now be referenced. From here forward history will fall into one of two categories: pre-ISL and post-ISL.
Yes, it's true. We have joined the hoi polloi of the hamlet. After 6 years of portaloos and lemon trees we can finally revel in the luxury of an inside loo (ISL)! Phil the plumber has connect the water closet to our worm powered treatment plant resulting in a flushing indoor lav. There is just one remaining wrinkle to iron out - we don't have running water. So "the flush" is bucket powered - but flush it does all the same.
We're particularly pleased with the loo light. Perhaps a little OTT for some (aren't all ceiling lights?) it is somewhat of a memorial to my childhood home where it hung over the kitchen table for decades. We had plans to put the family's Austrian crystal chandelier there, but Mum reckons she's still using it. Oh well.