Howard-Miller clocks are expensive. Mine is a wind-up clock that slowed down and stopped due to, I guess, too-tight winding of the spring. Had it professionally cleaned and oiled to no avail. Tonight, after 14 years---just now---I heard it bong the hours. First of all--I almost missed this because I enjoy a bowl or two of stupendous marijuana I buy from the lawn boy--but then it hit me--the clock works! Checked it out, the hours had unfrozen after 14 years and although the time was wrong, the hands had moved. GHOSTS! I've buried 3 partners. At least one of them is here right now. I can't wait to find out what I'll dream about tonight.
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