There's a hole in my penguin, dear Liza (Or exhibit #2: Why I shouldn't fix things myself)
Penguins die. Penguin lamps break. These are  facts. Another fact is that when your penguin lamp breaks and you gather all the broken bits and carefully piece them together like a 3D jigsaw and then superglue the living daylights out of them, you'll be left with a hole and one leftover piece of pottery that doesn't fit.

Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery where the repair is celebrated and made beautiful. Does my penguin with a hole in its head qualify? Or do I really need to stop fixing things myself?