Saturday afternoon (after some early morning painting at my brother's by me) we got to this corner
And this corner too
So after getting all the thinset ready, tile out, and game faces on, we got to work
I was a cutting machine. The tile saw and I have become well acquainted with one another throughout all this tiling. With all the tiles at the bottom of the wall behind the tub, at the top of the wall above the tub and on the sides I spent a LONG time outside cutting. Even though we have a glass blade on the saw it takes FOREVER to cut the tiles because you have to be very slow or else the blade and tile get too hot and it all of a sudden makes the tile glow orange with heat and it splits.
Near the end of the night Chris and I were getting a little delusional - being SO TIRED of tiling and just annoyed with the end of the day and a neighborhood party to get to. But, alas, we got it done! (thank the lord, I don't know how much more tiling I could take)
And now, for the FINAL tile stats: we tiled for 5 hours on Saturday to bring the GRAND total to 40.5 hours of tiling the walls in the bathroom. We got 128 tiles up for an average of about 25.5 tiles an hour which is friggin' AWESOME considering all the cutting and standing on the tub that was done to get us there. Now, just how many tiles are on the wall? 951. 951 tiles we tossed on the wall one by one. Ughhhhhh. Remind me when we redo the back bathroom NOT to tile all the walls...