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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Our trip to the specialty bathroom store didn't bear fruit since we couldn't really find anything we both liked. To be fair, it was our first time ever shopping for toilets and sinks, and we needed a bit of education. We didn't know a one-piece toilet from a two-piece, so the clerk helped us a bit with that. Still, there wasn't too much that we both loved.

We still have the big box stores to investigate, but twice in the last two days, someone mentioned Mondeau as a place to get nice bathroom fixtures. Hopefully we'll get a chance to go tomorrow and find the things we need for the basement powder room. Mondeau's website looks nice and they carry all of the big names.

We went for raclette supper at Christine and Eric's and it was great. Christine knows her way around the kitchen, that's for sure! I'm looking forward to the day when neither of us has a kid that routinely gets up at 5:30 a.m. so we can stay past 7:30 p.m.. I mean, many people don't even eat supper until 7:30 and we had already eaten and were heading home! One day I'll miss the children's early years, but for now, I'm wishing they slept in a little more!


Sylvie October 11, 2008 at 6:30 PM  

Mondeau, oh yes! That's where I bought all my things when we renovated our house and I was very satisfied. And I remember finding out about 1 and 2 piece toilets, plastic and wooden toilet seats, 700$ kitchen faucets and chromotherapy bathtubs! Have fun!!!

Christine October 12, 2008 at 9:16 AM  

It was a good supper...I think I'm still full! I fell asleep at 8:45!! yikes...rockin' Saturday night!!

Mindy October 14, 2008 at 7:40 AM  

Our fixtures are from Mondeau too but don't limit yourself to their show room they have tonnes of other products they can bring in for you and catalogs to look through. When we were choosing however they were having trouble with their demi flush toilets (choose between more or less water depending on what you want to flush) and recommended against them. At that time there was only one type they were carrying and it would likely be different today.

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