The Clock

Many years ago, maybe in the early 1990s, I self-gifted an oak, chiming clock to match my small home office suite.  I have cherished this clock for many years, packing it carefully through three moves since that time.  Several months ago, the tic toc pendulum continued to move like a metronome, but the hands of the clock remained stubbornly still.  Batteries were replaced and nothing happened.

I resolved that this clock would work again, like a remnant of my past I refused to abandon.  After several hours, a few YouTubes, a search on the internet for parts, and an $85 replacement package on its way, I continue to hope for a vibrant future.  Nothing is too old to be reclaimed J

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