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Under Wraps – (DWP-Messy)

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Day 62 – March 3, 2018

So many places you could go with this daily word prompt and there are many creative interpretations on the daily post (which I would encourage you to visit).  I tend to think that what we would label “messy” is, for the most part, a positive thing.  For me if something is messy there is a very strong chance when the mess has been cleared, whatever it was will be better than it was when it got messy.  Make sense? Hope so.  I sort of compare it to the whole blank canvas idea that I have blogged about in the past.  But instead of a blank canvas, I liken it to a incomplete painted canvas that has been scribbled on by a child.  Once the scribbles have been erased, the canvas is there to complete.  That’s the important focus for me.  It’s the reward and the ability to start fresh, which is pretty only made that way because of it being messy.  Looking at this photo reminds me of that idea. With a new shop going in, the coming soon is accompanied by a messy child. What better way to hide what is going to be a new establishment. Hope your weekend has been a great one so far.  Peace.
Messy

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