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Looks beautiful!

bubble baths are one of life's simple pleasures. my kids are in college and i still use johnson & johnson baby bath, best bubbles, cost efficient and the big bottle comes with a pump...just saying. here's to trips down the
baby aisle...

ya know, i've felt funny all evening for a comment i posted earlier...here you are just sharing your bathroom make-over...and i go straight to the elephant in the living room...so...i'm now out of the living room and back to the bathroom......tub looks great....can't wait to see all the tile......also curious about something you mentioned a few days ago...the earthquake thingy on your gas meter......blog about that when the bathroom is done.

Jerie, don't give it another thought. I took your comment in the very kind spirit with which it was intended. (Also, good to know about the Johnson and Johnson baby bath!)

Nice! I'd like to replace my bathtub, but I *don't* want to take out all the walls, so I don't know whether I'll be able to convince anyone to do it unless the economy takes a real nosedive (I want cast iron).

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