- May 22, 2008
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The light switch in my hall is a double (top of staircase and at bottom) AND they are lighted switches. I still keep the lights on. I hate having all that mercury that is supposed to be so dangerous in my house but soon I will not even be able to BUY the incandescent light bulbs that have worked so well and so safely for all these years so I guess mercury reigns.These are all humorous answers I have to say. We have DARK WALNUT CEILINGS upstairs!
I have finally convinced DH about keeping areas lit so noone breaks their neck. Some guests do turn off ALL the lights, and even double lock the front door. On ocassion I have confronted them as they LOCK out other guests and leave them in the dark. One thing about old houses - the light switches are NEVER where you think they should be.
The other guest room doors remain closed and locked. You do NOT KNOW what guests do in the other guest rooms or bathrooms. Well sometimes you do, we are aces at putting 2 and 2 together. I agree Bree, noone has to wait at home, so why wait in a lodging facility. I am the same, going somewhere with family in tow - I about go insane to use the bathroom when I need to..