Power Off

When my wife went on vacation, she told me to have a good time, take care of the cats, and not break anything.
I’m batting zero for three.
I broke my elbow, haven’t had a very good time in the hospital having my elbow rebuilt, and it’s hard to take care of the cats from a hospital bed.
I haven’t told her any of this because she hasn’t turned on her phone, and I don’t have the number of the place where she staying.
Oh well. it’s a vacation, right? So, have a good time – that’s what really matters.

One thought on “Power Off”

  1. Hitting the “like” button in a personal story of pain feels a bit awkward… But my goal is to highlight the fact that writing helps keep a (fragile) sense of normality in a bad situation like the one you went through.

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