A few months ago, the only toilet in my house decided to leak onto the floor. Seems the tank cracked at one of the fittings underneath. We hated the toilet anyway because it was a first generation "water saver" toilet that needed to be flushed multiple times to clean out the bowl and it constantly got plugged up. All the fixtures in the bathroom are 1990's "sand" color, so I scoured all the home center websites to find a new toilet in the proper color. Meanwhile, we had to flush the toilet by filling a bucket in the bathtub and pouring into the bowl. Got a new one at Lowe's and hired a local pro plumber to install. This new toilet actually WORKS! And I am glad that I had a pro install it. I think you will be glad also that you got a pro to put yours in. It looks easy on "This Old House", but in a small bathroom, it is a difficult job.
It's leaking thru a crack or groove or something not fitting exactly right. And it is frustrating to track it down. Replacing parts isn't too bad, I've done that. but replacing the whole toilet is a much harder job, at least for me. They are heavy and awkward to lift and move and they have no great "handles" or holding places.
Cleaned up the pergola area and the grill for this Sunday BBQ. Also used the pressure washer on the Cub parts (they will need a lot more cleaning). Did some re arranging to make room for the tow behind mower so I can go over it in the Shop A/C.
I had set up the Go-pro and was filming in delay mode for about 3 hours. I went down to check and they were still there, The battery was flashing red, so I took the camera to the shop and swapped batteries. Decided to download the camera, couldn't have been 10-15 minuets and when I returned they were gone. (Bummer)