But she’s not in a corner you say.
Of course she’s in a corner- her own little corner of the world. No need to be literal about such things.
But it’s too distracting, you say. She won’t be able to reflect.
Nonsense, I say. The sea is one of the most reflective places there are. Much more than a wall. Millions of people head out to the water every year to take time away from it all and just sit and be (and maybe catch a bit of sun in the process). Watching the waves shift and change- that has to be a better metaphor for changing behavior than a blank and unchanging bit of drywall.
But what if the tide comes in, you say.
That sounds lovely, I say. If you really need to be that persnickety about rubbing, the water can that part for me. It would be wonderfully soothing and would certainly encourage the reflection bit.
But there’s seaweed you say.
Ick I say. Fine, you win. Let’s stick with actual corners. But might I recommend. . .