Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Out of the mirror
Today's ten minute daily. Check out what Leah has been up to today, so much more deep and meaningful that what I got from the image below!
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"Margaret. Margaret." Henry whispered patting his wife on the arm. "I think we are in the wrong place."
"And what makes you say that Henry." She replied smoothing down her blouse, still transfixed by the girl sat in the grass in front of them. Margaret found it fascinating how the girl had managed to tuck all of her body and arms behind the mirror that appeared to be showing the scene behind her. Just her head and legs were visible.
"Really darling I don't think this is the usual style for the Serpentine Gallery, do you?"
"Oh? How would you know darling? When was the last time you stepped away from the Tate and your beloved Turner?"
"Just be quiet please and stop complaining. Be open to something other than your buttoned shirt and knotted tied, loosen up a little."
"Now you are starting to sound like Henrietta."
"Maybe you should listen to your daughter from time to time, it might do you some good."
"Was it her that suggested we come here?" Henry spat incredulously at his wife. He knew what he liked, why did he need this new fangled drivel forcing down his throat?
Before Margaret could respond their argument, that had been getting progressively louder, was interrupted by a white rabbit leaping out of the mirror the girl was holding. It hopped across the grass and right between the couple. Margaret looked up at her husband.
"Shall we get a taxi back dear?"