And the small reminder that my phone–which I’ve had since 2007–is still fully intact. Albeit a bit slow.
I don’t think I need to point out that placing a phone on top of a golf cart is a less than wise decision. Or that a perfectly good pocket might prevent this from happening. Because you can’t change the past, right?
Instead, I handed him a roll of clear packing tape and suggested that he find a way to remedy this situation. Which he did.
I also pointed out that his SIM card will work perfectly well in my phone while I invest in the new phone. Since my work is 100% dependent on my ability to send and receive email in a timely fashion. Oh, and my getting a new phone is actually a long-term investment, while his getting a new phone is a short-term investment. At best.