Every day you see it. It comes into your line of vision either peripherally or directly. You see it in passing; you see it when you come home from work. You see it in the morning when you wake up and go downstairs for breakfast. You see it on the weekends when you’re mucking about doing nothing.
At times, you see it so much it seems to be everywhere in your everyday life. It’s a type of familiarity borne of repetition; a testament to the many times you see it. Thing is though, it’s not a repetition borne out of necessity because it’s almost certain that you see it when you don’t need it. Continue reading