A Full-Length Mirror

We rented a studio apartment in the middle of Taipei. It was cramped, so we piled everything up to the ceiling to save space . When getting dressed, I can only see my top half in the bathroom mirror.

“I can’t see if my dress looks good or not,” I would say.

“I’ll buy you a full-length mirror soon.” Jason would always promise.

It was the first thing he bought when we moved into our new apartment. But I quickly got rid of it after seeing him in front of the mirror sitting there in his wheelchair.

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