"I am, you are, he is ..."
. The conjugation of verbs is something which I remember from Latin and French classes at school with, it must be said, a degree of distaste. I never was one for languages.
"I am amply proportioned, you are well built, he is fat ..."
. A number of jests have been made over the years concerning conjugation and the different views we take of ourself, the person we are talking to and third parties. And many a true work is spoken in jest.
"I care, you care, they care ..."
. Such similarity. I care that we produce an excellent product - strive for perfection, but appreciate that (TQM style - another topic) fitness for purpose is the initial goal. And that means thet the "you" our customer care too. We've put a great deal of effort into providing rooms that are out of the ordinary, and we're rewarded by our customers showing a similar care for the rooms - they're rarely left "trashed" and more often than not they're tidied! "They care"?
Our staff - both permanent and casual / emergency - care too. They'lll do their darnest to help you, our customer and us. To care, a regular verb. To be celebrated in that it means that naturally everyone cares together and the whole thing works. I, for one, much appreciate it even though I may not show it at busy times like the last few weeks! (written 2007-05-08)
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