Monday, October 25, 2010

Everything but the kitchen sink

Everything was working this weekend...but the kitchen sink. Which clogged when I had just made a pot of chili. I must share that it is not wise to drain hamburger grease in the sink. And yes, I do know better.

It clogged while the family was over. They left smelling of Drano.

Kitchen sink

I thought the week would start out hectic. I thought I would be spending Monday morning calling plumbers and trying not to look at the stack of dirty dishes and piles of dirty laundry. Oh the joys of a washing machine in the kitchen.

But I didn't.

It all worked itself out. The clog. The cleaning. It's all free and clear.

And so goes my mind too. Free and clear.
Anything clogging up your life these days?

12 comments:

Kim's Treasures said...

Glad all is well this morning! I just have a foggy brain today, it doesn't want to clear out. So, I shall try to get moving now and see if I can manage to accomplish something today! : )

Have a great day!!!

Much love!
Kim V

Theresa said...

Oh I know better than to put stuff down the sink that I shouldn't but have done it too:) Happy you got it all cleared up! Have a blessed day my friend! Been missing seeing you here!

Susan S. said...

It's Monday so OF COURSE my brain is cloudy! LOL!
OK...question...where are you supposed to drain hamburger meat? In a container like Bacon Grease? I always run a lot of water afterward but I've probably done irreperable damage....oh great!
Just to make you feel better here's my "freed" story. I'm single and live alone and don't have a honey around to do a lot of things. My house is also 75+ years old so things are gonna break. My back door (Double French Doors) wouldn't lock last week b/c my house had shifted on the pier and beam. Until my repair man could come I blocked my back door with a chair, with the back of the chair lodged up under the doorknob. I've seen that on tv but I wasn't sure if it was going to work. Thank goodness no "burglers" came by!

Olive Cooper said...

Kim, glad it cleared itself up cause plumbers make more money than nurses! This story reminds me that my mama used to keep a grease can in the kitchen so she could dispose of her grease later but nobody does that anymore.

Denise said...

hmmm. who knew a kitchen sink could be so thought provoking. my mind is clogged. need drano!

glenda said...

Hi Kim,
I have that same sink section yu have there!!!! How I wish I had it in the house..I do love it.
Sorry about the clogged up sink, I hate when that happens...
and my brain is all clogged, do they make any remedy for that???
glenda

Hartwood Roses said...

Oh, the joys of plumbing in old houses! We have to treat our kitchen sink very delicately. Working hard to de-clog my brain lately ... not sure how much progress I'm making.

from me to thee......... said...

oh my, I LOVE that sink !!!!! and the red curtains....wonderful!!!!! smiles, Linda

Old Centennial Farmhouse said...

I love your dishtowel curtain....velly velly much! Don't you love disasters that involve STINK!? I had my last big one on the day before Thanksgiving last year, it involved having a septic tank pumped, and the whole process dragged out a long time...heh!
XOXO
Joni

Stress Management Training said...

My best wishes to you :)

Country Girl said...

I pour grease down the sink but always while I'm running really hot water at the same time.

Sorry I haven't been out and about lately.

glimpse of my world said...

Oh how I love your kitchen sink and drainer.... I actually saw one of these in a house the day that was for sale here in North Texas.. love it! Thanks for sharing... How come you have not shared what you wore this week in forever... I love those posts!