After I finish up today’s post, I think I’ll put a question on the Benjamin Moore Facebook page, asking all the pro faux finishers how they “invented” their favorite techniques. I’ve had more than my share of happy accidents mostly because I’m a bit of a mad scientist in my “paint laboratory.” I’m happiest when I just have a go at something and I love to figure out how to get the result I want after the fact. It’s not always the easiest approach, but when things work out, another classic painting technique is born.

The trucks are closer, but she can’t really see what’s going on. Figuring she might as well get a better view of what’s happening, she jogs to an adjacent corner store and does that leaping trick again. It won’t work to scale the side of a building, but it gives her enough height to grab onto a drainage pipe.

Maybe that’s because the team didn’t exist until some current fans were in middle school. Maybe it’s because just in the past 15 years, there has been the lowest of the lows and the highest of highs any sports fan across all sports could possibly experience. Maybe it’s just because Miami.

Some people might wonder that why a verbal agreement isn’t better instead as it saves time while serving the same mistake. This is a horrible assumption on their part. Yes, the letter isn’t legally binding, but it does nonetheless provide for important business terms which are open to rejection or acceptance later.

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