Once upon a time there was a garden. In the garden grew lots of flowers. There were hearty roses, drooping but lovely daffodils, low slung and lovely verbena... lots and lots of variety. And they were all beautiful. Along came a very pretty and very useful flower named Dandelion. It rivaled Daisy for beauty, had nearly as many uses as wheat and corn, and yet, it struggled for acceptance in the garden. If only someone had suggested it pace itself a little bit, perhaps spend some time getting to know the other flowers more, no one would have ever considered plucking such a sweet, beautiful plant out. The good news was that gardens refresh themselves all the time, so it was never too late for Dandelion to correct its mistakes.