We have all heard the saying that even a broken clock is right twice a day. My question is why even keep a broken clock? But then again I have non-working clocks as decorative items. They are only meant to be appreciated as a non-clock entity and thus makes sense to keep around. I am not too sure I would keep a nonfunctional clock. I don’t need it to be right twice a day. Obviously, I’m talking about more than a clock. But I’m going to leave it there.
Turns out that while I do not have a broken clock, I have a slow clock. It started off one minute behind. Now it’s up to three minutes in its lag time. I’m left to wonder why it is getting slower and slower. I assume that eventually it will stop working all together. As such, I should probably think about replacing it. But I truly want to give it a chance to turn things around. It could be the little clock that could and then a book could be written about it. To be or not to be? That is the question.