I was a little disappointed when I got home to find the old brown sink still sitting out where I'd put it for the garbage pickup. I know, I know, its not household garbage, but sometimes they do take stuff like that anyway. So, I lugged it back in the garage.
Put a blanket on the kitchen table and started to assemble the new sink. Opened the faucet box and found (did you already know this?) a drain assembly. So, I'll have to take the one I just bought back. But, got the faucet installed, the drain installed and the new water lines attached.
Now, to put it in (although its around 7:00 PM). Problems with the ratchet I am using to put in the two wall screws. It keeps slipping. Screw is in a recess that makes it very difficult to tighten. And, my position doesn't help - I'm laying on my back on the tile floor, with my legs up on the opposite wall (hey, its a very small bathroom) and having to work around the pedestal.
Screws are about three inches long. I've got about 1 inch screwed in on each one. So, frustrated, I gave up before I wrecked anything. Sink is sitting on pedestal and attached (or semi-attached to wall) so I think its okay to leave it until I can come up with a better way to tighten the screws.
Went out and heated up some chicken strips and French fries in the oven for dinner and went off to watch TV.