My grandson said that he wanted to give the old A/C unit at their house a proper burial whenever they changed it out for a new one. My grandson has always been a very sensitive little soul. Ever since he was a little kid, he would assign human values to inanimate objects like that. I remember when his favorite toy got broken and he refused to throw it in the trash. Instead, he wanted to dig a hole for it and put a kind of grave marker up for it in their front yard. Like I said, he is a very sensitive person and he is just different in general. I don’t know any other kids who are like him at all. Anyway, last year the old central air conditioning unit finally stopped working in my daughter and son-in-law’s house and they had to purchase a new one. Well, I just happened to be over there for lunch on the day when the local HVAC company came to deliver the new central air conditioning system. Before they could install the new A/C unit, they had to take out the old one and load it up in their truck to get rid of it. However, my grandson was having none of that. He was freaking out and crying like someone had just killed his dog or something. It was a mess, and he was hanging on to that old A/C unit for dear life. My daughter tried to explain to the HVAC technicians what was going on. They ended up digging a hole and burying the old A/C unit in the woods. Archeologists are going to have a hard time figuring out what went on over there.