If you are renovating the kitchen and you find the kitchen sink is worth re-purposing, you can try this project. I found the photo on the internet, but there were no step by step instructions. This will have to be left to you DIY-ers with handy skills. There are two schools of thought here. 1) You can make a mini sandbox for the kids with one side of the sink for sand and the other for water or toys…they’re imagination will take them. There should be hangers for pails and toys for easy clean up. The frame can be made our of old pallets, or scraps of lumber or a flea market table find that can be retrofitted. 2) Or you can turn it into  a potting bench by day and a  beer cooling station for backyard parties. Do not plug the sink, let the ice melt into buckets placed under the sink and replenish the ice as needed

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JOKE OF THE DAY: My two goals today were to get out of bed and make coffee. So far I’m a success.

HAPPY AUGUST 31 BIRTHDAY TO: Frank Robinson 81, Van Morrison 71, Marsha Clark 63, Chris Tucker 45, Deborah Gibson 46, Zack Ward 46, Richard Gere 67, Jean Beliveau (1931-2014), James Coburn (1928-2002), Maria Montessori (1870-1952), and Buddy Hackett (1924-2003).

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