Thursday, December 30, 2010

Too quick to judge.

I was about to send this glass away when a closer inspection revealed what I thought was a smudge on the glass was actually a beautiful etching. An etching matching the English Edwardian plaster on the walls of the Thames Foyer in the gorgeously restored Savoy Hotel in London. Happy New Year to all.


  1. OK, I have no idea how long I have been sitting here reading through your old posts. I finally had to stop because it's 11:30 at night and I'm totally worn out. I have TOTALLY enjoyed reading the posts I read (I have no idea how far back I got in your postings, I know I just went past the posting of the doorman with the white gloves. No idea of the date). I have so many questions about you and see nothing more than your background about being obsessive about germs. Where do you live, what do you do for a living, what do you clean your floors with (I've seen the products you took photos of that smell so good you wanted to make an olive oil dressing out of them), but I don't know if you use a mop, or a Swiffer, whatever. I also didn't see where I could sign up for e-mail notifications when you update your blog. However, I do see the "subscribe by email" option under this "post a comment box", but generally those get me the new comments that are entered and not the new posts that are entered. Do you have a way you can get your post updates to me via e-mail? dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

  2. The Hygiene HunterJanuary 4, 2011 at 9:11 PM

    Hello Deborah. Thank you for being a hygiene enthusiast. Keep your Swiffer in hand and your computer nearby -- I post daily. Oh, excuse me. I just sneezed. You will be happy to know into my sleeve not all over the keyboard. I like the dry Swiffer much better than the wet. The wet smells fake clean to me. Vinegar and water are classic. Like Chanel No. 5. All my cleaning products are stored in Canada, so I guess I will call that home:) On a hygiene scale of 1 -10 how does Atlanta rate?