This is my sink. I just walked over and took this picture. The entire basin fell into the cabinet the other night. As I said to someone yesterday at first I was upset because it made me change all my plans. I had to wait for the plumber, then he had to consult a granite counter top installer, get the items to install the sink properly this time, and now it has to set for 48-72 hours. First they glued the sink back up (what you see now is the clamps to keep it up) it sets for 24 hours to make sure it is in securely. Then they will caulk it to seal it to keep from getting any water in between the granite and the sink. That will dry another 24 or more.
But, in the long run, this is nothing. Yes, the closest sink to wash dishes in is the laundry tub in the basement. But, I think of women and children who daily walk miles to get water. I have nothing to complain about. It is an inconvenience at most but I am very, very, fortunate in my life.