Review and contemplate the diagram below. This is the layout of the kitchen, master bathroom and balcony. Can you identify the major, fundamental, design flaw?
You are correct! As depicted in the photo below, a person standing in the kitchen, can look out the kitchen window and see a person through the bathroom window. In this image, Timmy has taken the extra step of going outside to the "balcony." This step is not necessary. Regardless of whether the lights are on, or off, the person in the bathroom is clearly visible from the kitchen.
After I stepped out of the shower and reached for a towel by the bathtub, I looked up, naked as a jaybird, only to see Miss Lee, on the other side of the kitchen window, staring back at me. Excellent.
I simply pretended that I didn't see Miss Lee. I decided in my mind, that the windows are special one-way windows and therefore, I could see her, but she couldn't see me. Then, because I knew that she really could see me, I hid in the bedroom for a long time. I locked the bedroom door and yelled out, "I'm working, and then I'm taking a nap." My laptop was not in the bedroom with me, but Miss Lee is not exactly a brain trust so I doubt she realized that I couldn't work without it.
Here's the balcony. It's cozy. The narrow hallway leads to a space exposed to the elements. Note the laundry in the lower left corner of the picture. Who's laundry is that? It isn't drying. We are in monsoon season. It's getting wet every afternoon from the rain. Is it Miss Lee's underwear and pants? Why are her clothes hanging out to not-dry on our not-balcony? If they aren't Miss Lee's clothes, than I really think that the woman who owns these pants and underwear needs to come get them.
|Not so secret spy|
|His expression indicates I am clearly visible|
|Balcony / Outdoor hallway to exposed area with railing|