And then I wonder, since the steps to the basement are in my studio, do we now have a house with no access to the basement?
Then I have this other question which weighs heavily on my mind. In the last Live/Work task force meeting, the mayor said how she is very concerned about public safety in regards to home based businesses. This got me wondering, what public is she referring to? Are the occasional customers that come to my home the public? How does she define public? If you have a party in your house and you don't know all the guests, are they visitors or the public? If a Jehova's witness comes to your door to sell you the truth, are they the public? What about the fed-ex guy? If you have a home office and a client comes to discuss a project, are they the public? If you have a tupperware party, are those people the public? Does this mean that we can only allow people into our homes that we have met before? How long do we have to know them before we can let them in? I have been searching my house, high and low, for public space, but I haven't found it yet. As far as I can see, it's all pretty private.
I sure hope these questions get cleared up soon. Until then, I remain......confused in Lunenburg.