Thursday, December 27, 2007

Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall

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Anybody know a cure for a mirror whose reflection grows worse and worse every time I look into it?

5 comments:

William Weedon said...

I find that not putting the contacts in before looking in the mirror works wonders. If you are without contacts, then don't put on your glasses. Same effect. Give it a whirl!

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Anastasia Theodoridis said...

Ah, wonderful suggestion, William! I don't have contacts, but if I put ON my reading glasses before looking in the mirror, I'm guessing that will produce a satisfactory result.

Anastasia

orrologion said...

Well, my wife says I look at her through love-colored glasses. She also says that I have to think she is beautiful, so I am biased (but, I disagree with her all the time about all sorts of things, so I don't think she can disregard my opinion so lately, but she disagrees).

Religiously, our only true mirror is Christ, so start looking in the icon mirror more - you seem beautiful to me there and I'm sure Demetrios agrees.

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