Should I buy it? Do I need it?
I sit here a mass of nerves, stomach jumping, head spinning. What’s the problem?
My Kindle isn’t working like it should anymore. It has served me well for more than two years. Now, things that didn’t work perfectly at the start work even less well. It’s beginning to die. So what’s the problem? Get a new one, right?
Poverty. I can buy it cheaper now — on credit — than will be possible for months (years?) to come. I depend on my Kindle. I don’t buy paper books. No room. I have to make a decision. Today.
My hands are shaky. I should use what I’ve got until it dies then buy something. But that won’t work well. I’ll wind up paying full price. Stupid, stupid, stupid.
You wouldn’t think I’d get into such a stomach-churning lather over spending $200 — especially when it’s…
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