What I Shed Today

lightening up a little at a time

– the upstairs bathroom’s sink

on January 4, 2017

Our upstairs bathroom’s integral countertop-sink was cast of a decent composite material and would still be perfectly serviceable … in, we judge, a somewhat larger “little room” than ours. The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is our favorite place to donate and acquire used building materials. The only downside to shedding there is that I eye all the other great stuff and have to master the temptation to take another project away when I leave!

the sink and faucet at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore's unloading zone

our old sink, faucet, and side-splash left at the ReStore’s unloading zone

shedding style: give away
destination: Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Comments welcome … is there such a thing as a “sink cost fallacy”?

(The duck didn’t appear on today’s menus, though I sauteed its liver with onions and made a pâté for tomorrow’s snacks.)

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