We've been wanting to gut the hall bath since we moved in 10 years ago, so last week we bought new tile for the floor and tub surround. Bought a new vanity and countertop. There was this funky wall that seperated the sink, toilet and tub. The plans to remove it and open the room up. Day 1. Vanity and funky wall are gone. When I went to turn off the water under the sink the iron stub broke off in my hand which required a 40 yard dash to the main shut off. Trip to Lowe's, solder new fittings and replace the old shutoffs and then continued demo. Surprised only one small cut on my left hand, didn't even need a bandaid. If I don't have a bandaid on a part of my body it's because I haven't done anything. Now, somehow I need to convince Mrs Oldog that renovations aren't done in an hour like on TV.