I couldn’t figure out why, but when the new air conditioning unit was installed, my husband wanted to keep the old one.
He told the HVAC technicians to put it in the backyard, and he would take care of.
I told them to take it with them, because I didn’t want that eyesore in the backyard. We argued for several days over his wanting the air conditioning unit. I wanted to know what he was going to do with it. He said there were still good parts in there, that could be used if we needed them in the future. It was twenty years old, and I wasn’t sure any of those parts would fit our new air conditioning unit. He said he may also be able to get money for the air conditioning parts. We may not be able to use them, but he was sure someone else could. He also wanted to sell the brass that was inside. I looked at all the stuff that was in the garage and kept me from putting my car inside. It was things he had saved over the last two decades, that he was sure could be used someday. If it hadn’t been used in twenty years, I was sure it was never going to be used. I told him the air conditioning unit would be put in the garage and swallowed up like everything else. He got angry and told me I should call Got Junk and let them take everything away. I should have known he would be angry when he got the next afternoon, and the garage was empty except for our good patio set.