“Peter, it’s time,” Dana says mysteriously.
Dana’s husband looks up from his morning newspaper, eyebrow popping with the question, “It’s time for what?”
“It’s time for a change,” Dana says decisively. “I’m tired of looking out over our small backyard and seeing what amounts to a large patch of grass with a couple of trees and plants. What’s unique that we can use as a new centerpiece for our yard?”
Dana’s question hangs in the air as she and Peter think quietly to themselves. “You know,” Dana breaks the silence, “the Jones’s have a nice little water feature in their yard.”
“A water feature, huh?” Peter thinks out loud. “Oh it’s so nice,” Dana begins, “It’s a little pondless waterfall and it looks so natural and the sound of the water is relaxing and peaceful. There are probably other options we can look at too.”
“Well, I guess the best place to look for small backyard water feature ideas is on the Internet. Let’s get on the computer and see what we can find, dear.”
The couple walks over to their computer and starts searching the Internet to find their ideal centerpiece.
“Where should we start looking, Google Images?”
Peter rubs his chin thoughtfully, saying “I guess we should look on pond contractors’ websites first, kinda like window shopping. We can see real examples of the work they’ve done that’s near us.”
“The Jones’ water feature was done by…Premier Ponds. Let’s start with them and see what their work looks like.”