I'm really thinking that this event should be publicized more and that everyone in our great country should celebrate, of course, by taking a bubble bath. I am fully convinced that if every person enjoyed regularly scheduled pedicures, head massages, and bubble baths, there would be no more wars.
Let me assure you I am doing my part with all three, and I am not finding any bellicose tendencies within myself at all these days.
In honor of this festive day, I thought I'd find some amazing bathtubs to show you
This first one is carved from solid granite and weighs one ton. I would imagine you'd need a pretty wide doorway to load that tub into the room.
I suppose you would not suffer from drafts with the gas fireplace situated right next to this lovely tub. This tub and fireplace is part of a master bedroom suite.
Twenty-two floors above Los Angeles, this bathtub comes complete with view of the city skyline.
This next bathroom is not for those that are shy or concerned about a breech of the private backyard. Some may call this zen-like; I call it risky. And yes, there is a glass wall there.
The views from this circular stainless steel tub are, ummm, nice. Oh, and there are four other bathrooms in this New York townhouse.
If you are a collector of high heels, these tubs are for you:
Here's a few more just for dreaming:
Which one is your favorite? Me, I'd have to choose the last one. I like the fireplace. And the privacy.
Let's all go take a good soak, and do our parts to keep world peace. Enjoy!