Today we threw out the old kitchen sink. My nemesis, the six inch deep and totally worthless kitchen sink that I have been itching to tell goodbye for many years. It is now in the bagster bag in the gully of our front yard. We have had a good time placing bets on how long it takes people to go bagster diving for metal when we put it out. The sink has actually lasted longer than we thought it would: three hours so far. Some people ring the door bell and ask if they can look while others start diving and then scramble to their trucks when we pull into the driveway. I don't care. If we put it out at the street, fair game as far as I am concerned. There was one time we put out an old gas grill and a couple bungeed it to the back of their hatchback. We were taking bets that night on how far it wod last on the back of the car before it came to a clangy crash up the hill. It lasted as far as we could hear.
It will all be done soon enough. Just pray that the next few weeks go smoothly and no snafus happen. Tiling and cabinet delivery and painting and cabinet installation and grouting and tiling and flooring will all be happening. Lord help us all.