Hi, My electrician wired a portion of a single pole switch for me and I was going to finish it off. He put in a single wire from the switch through the wall, but did not put two wires like I have seen in all the material I am reading. Everything I see says you should have two hot wires on the switch, cap the whites, and have one hot wire run to the box and one to the light. I am trying to figure out what he was thinking (I would ask him but he is oddly enough non responsive). Is there a way to wire a single switch when you only have the white/black in the switch? Can I run the double wire to the light? I have seen this suggested but don't know if its recommended. I am trying to see if I can avoid busting up my plaster walls again. Thanks, Stuart.