I'd like to introduce you all to the newest member, um...item...err, pet...uh...whatever, in the Bidwell Crew....
Yeah, pretty disgusting huh?
The story behind The Sink began last year in December when we went to see a house that we were interested in purchasing as a rental property. Now, the house needed quite a bit of work, but it was a steal and the work was within our abilities. As we were viewing the house we went into the basement. Surprisingly it wasn't awful...until you walked into the bathroom and were greeted by the above pictured monstrosity. Gaaag! Ewww! I commented that it looked like a serial killer sink, the kind you see in some horror movie where the killer is rinsing his bloody hands off after having...well, you get the idea. Just Creepy!
Well, despite (or perhaps because of??) the sink we bought the house. I told Rob repeatedly that the sink was getting replaced. He would just smile and say it just needed a little cleaning (ha ha). He would often joke about taking the sink out and leaving it in my brother's car (Taylor was appropriately horrified by the sink, as was I) or leaving it in his bed or on another of my brother's porch. We all laughed...until a couple weeks later. One day I saw something I thought I'd never see. On my hubby's FB page he'd posted pictures of The Sink...but it wasn't in the basement anymore! He'd let it loose!!!
There were pictures of the sink doing all kinds of crazy things...in our yard! Not only was it not at it's own home, he'd brought it to ours! Totally not sanitary I'm telling you! That nasty thing sat in my seat in the van, strapped in and made the trip to our house. I don't think I'll ever be able to sit there again. He didn't tell me about his evil plan or I would have put a quick stop to it. But before I was even aware The Sink had been liberated by my sweet, disturbed, hubby and he'd started documenting the adventures of The Sink with pictures.
Here it is riding a trike
And sliding on the slide
Oh, and hear it is roofing the rental house.
(4 layers of shingles, BTW)
Yet another place I'll never be able to sit again.
Although, The Sink was able to get Eddie to go to sleep, so it may have ONE redeeming quality.
Anyway, The Sink has had other adventures (and I suspect will have many more) so, if you're interested in seeing them, which I'm sure you are, you can click HERE and see it's very own FB page.