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The Challenges of Living in a World Built for Tall People

I’m not short; everyone else is just too tall

Image by David Reed from Pixabay

If I could change one thing about myself, it would not be my height. I’m five feet tall (in shoes). I don’t consider being short a flaw. We’re all adorable down here.

Nor do I walk around feeling short, unless I’m in one of those restrooms where the mirror was hung…




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