Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Bar Sinks Revisited

For this post I had to go way back...way back to college. I was forced to remember a crazy night at the fraternity house. I was a little sister to a fraternity in college and while everyone else was getting intoxicated, I watched. I would have the occasional beer but that was all. I never got drunk. I was not into that, so normally I was the designated driver for all my friends for most of the four years at college. It got a little old being the driver all the time, but at least I was the one behind the wheel. I certainly was not going to get behind the wheel with them!

I recall one night in the main living room some girl decided that she needed to dance on the bar. The frat house had a long wooden bar in it that was used for eating and at times as a bar during parties. One of the brothers would mix drinks and hand them out. The girl dancing was not really drunk but just tipsy. Then another girl when up and I decided that this would most likely be the only opportunity in my entire life that I would have to dance on a bar so up I went. I was not drunk at all. I just wanted to dance on the be able to say I had done that in my life.

As it turns out it has been the only time in my life I have ever done that so on the few occasions that I relive college years and tell that story all are shocked and dismayed! Me? On a bar? have to do things at least once. That old wooden bar probably had a lot of college girls dancing on top of it before and many after me. I am sure they were intoxicated when they did it.

I am sure that old wooden bar has a history. The one thing I do recall was that there was not a bar sink. The house itself was old and I am sure that when it was built or that bar put in, bar sinks was not even an issue for college kids. I remember there was ice to be hauled from the kitchen and dirty glasses piling up in the kitchen as well. Today, not the case. With the modernization we have today, a bar without a bar sink is just about unheard of. I really like this one, the Moen self rimming model. Very elegant. At you will find many options for bar sinks ranging from Moen to Kohler to Bates & Bates just to name a few.

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You can chase a butterfly all over the field and never catch it. But if you sit quietly in the grass it will come and sit on your shoulder.

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