Full-Length Mirror

Claire has been wanting a full-length mirror in our New York apartment. How come, I want to know. You can look at your top half in the bathroom and you see your feet any time in the shoestore. But it’s the overview she wants, the ensemble. So we head for Gracious Home and carry one back on the subway. I start wondering whether there might be something for me in this deal after all. Suppose, I say, we put it here, next to the bed? She doesn’t think so. Why not? Next to the bed, she says, might be counterproductive.

 

Paul Strohm is a medievalist by profession, but also does things like write 100-word stories. He is author of Sportin’ Jack: 100 100-Word Stories, divides his time between Brooklyn and Oxford, and perseveres.

Photo Credit: Ed W

2 Responses to “Full-Length Mirror”

  1. Ted O'Donnell says:

    W wondered where this one was going but the ending wrapped it up. Good job.

  2. Janice says:

    Fun story to read. I especially like the ending.

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