Day 34: A Broken Mirror
What do you do with a mirror that’s only a little broken? It seems a shame to toss it … yet would anybody want a broken mirror? Isn’t that bad luck? A quandary.
The mirror comes from Catherine’s bedroom. She painted the walls when she was home in January and has generally been in redesign mode on her room for a while now. The mirror is beveled, but with that little triangle out on one corner, it’s not right. And Catherine has another mirror in her room.
So I think I will be chucking it.
I really hate throwing things like that away. It seems such a lame why to fill up the landfill. Uh oh, I’m already thinking I can’t throw it away! Stop this train of thought! Really, what difference does it make?

Day 34: A Broken Mirror

What do you do with a mirror that’s only a little broken? It seems a shame to toss it … yet would anybody want a broken mirror? Isn’t that bad luck? A quandary.

The mirror comes from Catherine’s bedroom. She painted the walls when she was home in January and has generally been in redesign mode on her room for a while now. The mirror is beveled, but with that little triangle out on one corner, it’s not right. And Catherine has another mirror in her room.

So I think I will be chucking it.

I really hate throwing things like that away. It seems such a lame why to fill up the landfill. Uh oh, I’m already thinking I can’t throw it away! Stop this train of thought! Really, what difference does it make?


Notes

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