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Hot Off the Press-DWP (Wrinkle)

Day 75 – March 16, 2018

This is the first time I am writing my response before finding my picture.  I have always thought of a day, starting out, as a nice pressed shirt.  As the day goes on, depending on what kind of day it is, that shirt tends to start reflecting the days activities. By the end of the day, when you take off that shirt, you see the wrinkles, the amount of wear and tear you put on it. I have had days where the shirt really didn’t change much, in fact, I could wear it again the next day.  And then there were shirts that were full of wrinkles, almost everywhere you looked.  The wrinkles may be good or maybe bad depending on how you got them. But despite all of that, no matter what type of day it was, the next morning you get to put on a newly pressed shirt, wrinkle free.  Have a great weekend!. PS First I love this photo, and it’s probably a stretch.. It’s from an opening scene of a show I did recreated today. It’s a mom starting her day with her pressed shirt, which in this case is a daily meditation. I think it works!

Today’s Daily Prompt is here. Wrinkle

Cutting it close but you should check out these wrinkles!

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