The mother insists her adult daughter move the mirrored armoire at the foot of her bed. She says her daughter’s “marriage happiness” will reflect off the mirror and turn to unhappiness. The daughter, annoyed, says there is no other place in the bedroom of the new condominium to put it. It will have to stay where it is.
The mother pulls a mirror, her housewarming present, out of a used Macy’s shopping bag. She tells her daughter to mount this mirror above the head of the bed, across from the other mirror, so the reflections will “multiply your...
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