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What fun!! I love the method hand soap you have next to your sink!

Sarah - Your house is amazing. Having used the sink on several visits over the past few years I share your hatred of the sink. I can't wait to come and see your new house.

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You should go crazy and get a HUGE sink!

sweetie...that HAD to be from an old airplane. you are long on patience. hope you can bathe a baby in the new one!

You've been stuck with that sink for 8 years? I can't wait to see the new huge sink that replaces it!

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