May 4, 2019
This PLDT debacle mirrors our family situation, to some extent. We’ve been dysfunctional for years now, hanging by a thread, bursting at the seams with all that is wrong. Before this upgrade, we’ve had the PLDT connection for seven years, three of those I think we’ve been teetering on short of a modem explosion. It survived an ant infestation, innumerable resets, two routers, a wonky power button. And…my point is, there is a point here somewhere. We make do with what we have. We stay even if things are wrong, because there’s still something right—somewhere buried among the ruins.