Pavers sadly fall in to that group of artisans who are never fully given the credit they deserve by those who take the fruits of the pavers’ labour for granted every day. People often say that pavers generally look quite glum. The reasons behind this gruff exterior are not that hard to work out, as most them lay within the job that pavers do day-in and day-out.
Pavers are responsible for so much of the ease which we face in modern life. All one has to do is stick an old movie and watch the people trundling through the mud during the wetter seasons of the year, these days due to labours of pavers people might get their shoes a little bit wet, but they are hardly contending with mud that their forebears used to. This is just one of countless examples of pavers have improved our daily lives.
Swimming pools would not be the same if they were not neatly paved, all around the sides. People do not really notice, because to find a pool without paving is very rare, but if imagine what it would be like if the pavers had not been, it really is not a pretty thought. The pool would look like a pond.
This could be a big factor in the mystery as to why pavers look so glum, they spend all day working on projects designed to make other people’s lives easier and better, and they never receive a stitch of credit. The makers of expensive shoes should all be chipping in to send the pavers od this world on a very expensive holiday every year because were it not for the pavers the only shoes that would be selling well would be those plain and drab boots that all fashion lovers hate so much.
Would it not be marvellous if the pavers all around the world could undo their work for just a week? This would really show every pave using person out there just how vital the pavers are and it would allow them a very good position for wage negotiations.