It is all about your bathing habits. John wrote of lighting a fire to get hot water to have a bath, and just a little earlier I read of M asking whether you shower morning or night or both.
As I answered M, while R showers morning and evening, I only shower in the morning, unless I am either going out in the evening or .....nudge nudge, how's your father. I can't quite remember which year that last was.
In my teen to late twenties, I used to only shower in the evening. I can't recall why I started to shower in the morning instead of the evening.
R's Sister's husband became a shower convert while he was here and vowed to shower often once back home in England, rather than have a bath.
The brag? We have tried water saving shower heads and hated them. We have probably spent an equivalent of a year's supply of hot water on water saving shower heads and flow restrictors with no satisfaction. Our luxury is steaming hot water coming out of the shower head full pelt straight from an unrestricted pipe. We don't care how much it costs or the cost to our state's water supply. I will stamp my foot and hold my breath until I go blue and say we just shan't have miserable tepid low flow showers.
My shower is usually less than three minutes, unless I don't have to go off to work and I need some thinking time. Under the shower is a great time to think and plan. You are doing something you don't have think about, and there are no distractions.
So do tell me about your personal hygiene habits, or leave an opinion on M's post. Um, though if no water is involved, maybe I don't want to know.