As I mentioned today in response to a comment, the one thing Bow is not so good at is saving some for later. He does, however, excel at savoring the moment.
Take this morning's grapes, for instance.
Bow was presented with a lovely bunch of grapes, and he was happy.
He took great delight in his grapes.
Sometimes, he briefly paused to contemplate the treasure that he held in his hands.
But it was too good to just look at. It had to be sampled and savored.
Sadly, with every bite he took, the number of remaining grapes diminished.
Why, oh, why can't we eat our grapes and have them, too?
In the end, there was nothing left. But Bow continued to savor the memories.
In life, there are those who truly know how to enjoy the moment, like Bow. And there are others, like me, who make sure that there are also grapes left over for tomorrow.
We each play our part.