Ok, so I was telling a friend this story the other day, and she got such a kick out of it that I thought it made for good blogging material, so maybe you'll get a kick out of it too.:)
Ever since we moved here last summer, I've been trying to figure out how to cover up a window in our bathroom. It faces the street, and it just happens to be directly across from our shower, so when I get out of the shower, I can see the neighbor's house right across the street. Plus, the window's round, so it's just going to look weird if I try to cover it up with a curtain. I've actually went across the street and stood at our neighbor's driveway, though, to see if anyone could see in that window (I know, crazy right? Dan thinks I am:)), even though it's set just slightly higher than most windows. Yep, sure enough, I could see right in. Thank goodness for cloth shower curtains that aren't see-through! But when I get out of the shower (TMI, I know....just bear with me, 'cause it is hilarious), for the last 3 months I've purposely kept the bathroom fan off, so the window would fog up, and I crouch down and halfway over when I get in and out so noone will see me. LOL Try drying off while crouching over, trying not to be seen.
Well, my sister-in-law, Jennifer, came a few weeks ago, and she suggested buying the snow that Walmart puts out at Christmas and using that to maybe cover it up. Thank you, Jennifer! As soon as Christmas stuff hit the shelves, I went and bought my $1.25 can of snow. Then I came home and got to spraying, trying to make it look decorative, yet covered enough that I could comfortably get my shower without giving anyone that drove by a show. LOL That stuff is wonderful; it worked, and we have complete privacy now! All because of that canned stuff they call snow....amazing stuff!:)