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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Art We Take For Granted

It seems like there are so many things which we take for granted. We have grown so accustomed to them that we completely overlook the amount of time, effort, and creativity that go into them. Maybe we ought to stop on occasions and consider them. There is no doubt in my mind we would be able to gain back some appreciation for those things.

A good example is the fact that we don't question at all if there are luxurious and stylish apartments for rent when we plan on vacationing. We simply assume we will have no problems finding accommodations with a great view, every modern convenience, and catering to all our needs and desires.

The same goes as far as Holiday Houses are concerned. We simply expect them to be available and, luckily for us, they are. We have the tendency though to forget how much work went into being able to offer those abodes to us. That is an art by itself and takes quite some skill, ingenuity and creativity.

Speaking of ingenious, how did your children's teeth turn out? My suspicion is that they are in good shape and nicely lined up. I sincerely doubt anyone wonders who made that happen and how. Whether it is a dentist tauranga nz or a dentist elsewhere in the world, a lot of arty work went into that. We may want to give them some credit every time our children, or we for that matter, flash those pearly whites.

It is odd how one thing leads to another. Writing about our pearly whites, made me think about our recently departed dog. She used to chew on anything she could find and that included rocks. You can imagine how hard that was on her teeth and the ones in her lower jaw had dwindled to almost nothing. It didn't affect her appetite by any means though.

We got her when she was only 6 weeks old and that cute, little puppy grew into a very pretty, loyal, and good-tempered dog. We sure miss her and it may take a while before we will be looking for Puppies for Sale.

But I digress. The bottom line is not to take everything for granted and be grateful someone is more then happy and willing to put their skills and talent to good use and to our advantage!

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