Disassembly

disassembly

I’ve been busy disassembling things as of late. After a bit of a bicycle mishap coming back from a Cubs game a few weeks ago, I broke my phone. When I started to lose my balance, I launched myself off of my bike to try to avoid breaking the phone, as I was on it! But I had gripped onto the phone too hard and cracked the LCD with my fingers! T-Mobile wanted $110 deductible to replace it (and I’ve been paying ~$7 a month for insurance!) So I purchased a replacement screen on eBay for $40 instead – it took forever to arrive, but I finally got the phone back up and running yesterday.

I haven’t been very good at blogging as of late, I guess I’m working on a personal disassembly – you see, something broke not too long ago, and I’m working on putting the pieces back together. It’s difficult to see how they will all fit again – but I know they came apart from one whole, so hopefully it is just a matter of time.

3 thoughts on “Disassembly”

  1. As your nemesis, I must reluctantly take some glee at your recent mishap. But I must also point out the bright side: at least you didn’t break a decent phone like, say, the iPhone.

  2. Dear Pablo, a very moving entry. I know the pieces will come back together again–and you will be stronger and wiser for it.
    Years ago one of my publishers came out with a book called “Strong at the Broken Places.” I think that’s a great theme: if we can heal we will be strongest at the very same places where we felt the most pain.
    Love
    Mom

  3. I have to agree with your mom. Somehow the pieces always come together. And they usually come together better than before!! πŸ™‚
    And you got Cubs post season tickets?? Remember who your Cubs buddy is…. πŸ˜‰

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