There once was a cheap, ugly clock that sat on a shelf in a Wal-Mart. It was dull and boring and very sad that it was hardly ever noticed. Then one day someone heard the clock crying, “Nobody loves me. I wish someone would give me a chance.” That’s when I came along.
I painted the outside, glued fabric to the inside, and gave it new numbers. It wasn’t long before that sad, ugly clock became a happy, lovely clock. All it needed was love.