All of that is simply a lead in to my topic for this post: cold showers.
I'm not talking about the kind of shower you need to take to "cool down" (for whatever reason you might need to do so).
I mean an actual shower that is cold. Not the water. The shower.
In our current house and the one we still own but are renting out, the shower was inconveniently placed in the corner of the bathroom and with at least one wall being an outside wall. So the physical location of the shower and the tiles, etc. therein are FREEZING cold when the weather outside is cold. It feels like the builders in both homes did not bother to put ANY insulation between the exterior wall(s) and the tiles, etc. in the shower.
It is by far the coldest spot in the entire house!
|This pic has nothing to with cold showers|
but it's a cool image of a frozen fountain!