My phone fell off a Roller Coaster

So my iPhone fell off the top of a roller coaster at Six flags yesterday. I didn’t realize it had fallen until we finished the ride and everyone started telling me they saw a phone being flung off. When we got off the ride, a person handed me the shattered phone and told me it almost hit someone in the head. I went with a group of friends and they were all waiting for me to get upset, but I didn’t. For one, I always felt like I didn’t deserve that phone. I’m not much of a texter, and there were only a couple of apps that I used on it. I usually just checked it absentmindedly while other people were checking their phones. I have an issue with owning things that other people would appreciate more than me. After spending the rest of the day without it as well as today, I realized how little I miss it. I want to see how long I can go without a phone, and then probably get a basic flip phone for calls. Now in terms of LOA, I know exactly why it happened. The screen’s been cracked but still usable for the last month and my boyfriend’s been pestering me about getting it fixed. I told him I wouldn’t get it fixed until it was completely broken. He said something along the lines of, “It’s going to keep breaking until you can’t use it at all anymore.” This conversation was a few days ago. I hope this acts as a reminder to make sure you aren’t thinking about what you don’t want, because the universe can manifest anything you visualize. xx



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