Whose idea was it to tile the ENTIRE upstairs bathroom?
After Jason finished tiling, which was an ongoing process for about a year, I was super excited to order the clear glass for the shower. But then Jason reminded me that the grout still needed to be sealed . . . each and every line of it.
Oh, and did I mention that we don't like the spray sealer? Nope . . . Jason prefers the kind that you roll on the grout lines. But since we had to grout the walls, the roll kind would make a huge mess, since it would likely drip down the walls. The solution?
Paint it on with a teeny tiny brush.
Since Jason tiled the whole bathroom pretty much on his own, we had decided early on that sealing the grout would be my job. So a few nights ago, while Jason and Imani watched a movie, I decided I would get to work.
and sealed some more.
As I painted the sealer on each and every line, I thought about what this bathroom used to be. I thought about how my husband had carefully created each of these grout lines, making sure they were perfect, to give me the bathroom I had envisioned.
Before long, Jason and Imani had finished the movie and I wasn't even a third of the way done with sealing the bathroom.
Suddenly, there were three paint brushes and we all were sealing the grout lines together.
If Maggie could have grabbed a paint brush, I'm sure she would have joined in the fun.
With all three of us working together, the job became much less overwhelming.
But did I mention the lines on the floor and in the shower needed TWO coats?!