Thank you for the very detailed and mostly positive review. I will comment on a few of the issues you brought up that others may question, just to clarify... Toilet paper is always always available and, as I had mentioned to you when you asked, there is always an extra roll in the bathroom vanity drawer, so you were never without. You simply missed it the first time you looked. Since you left over half a roll of unused tp at checkout, the 2 rolls seemed to be adequate for your needs. I do also provide one clean towel per guest, per stay, unless it's over a week long. I've actually never been asked for extra towels with 100+ guests and surprised that you needed one after only 2 days. You didn't tell me it was too muddy to use, so I supplied you with 3 clean towels for a 6 night stay which is a bit excess I think for conserving water, etc. It was only after checkout, I realized why you had asked for one and then noticed it was very muddy. Can I offer a suggestion for next time? Asking your host for an old towel or rag for muddy items, or maybe packing something of your own would be more desirable than using a white guest towel. I do have plenty of old towels I would have gladly shared had I known because I am unable to get the stain out of that one towel. Yes, my 15 yr old senior dog who loves to get to know everyone, and now relies more on her nose instead of sight and hearing, will go into the small waste basket and snoop around. It is her one bad habit, but I did mention that from the get go and it is in my house rules in the bedroom to shut your door... so no surprises really. It's her unique way of bonding with the guests haha. Ya just have to keep your door shut... no biggy. As far as the desk thing goes, you had asked about that before booking and I explained there was no desk in the room but could provide a lap desk. You said that was fine and if it wasn't doable you could easily go to Starbucks or Panera. So all this was communicated in advance. I feel that your review is bringing up moot points and perhaps making a mountain of a molehill, but never-the-less, I too, very much enjoyed our conversations and getting to know you. I think communication is key and then making a decision on where to stay, based on what the host can offer you, makes for a great stay on everyone's part.